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THE LIBRARY 

OF 

THE UNIVERSITY 

OF CALIFORNIA 

LOS ANGELES 



One Hundred and Fifty copies only 
of the Ninth Vohune of ''Notes" to 
the ' ' Visitation of England and Wales, " 
have been printed at my Private Press. 
This copy is No. 41 




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WiQitation 



at 



Cnglanti anti Wales 



EDITED BY 



FREDERICK ARTHUR CRISP 



NOTES 

VOL 9 



PRIVATELY PRINTED 



191 I 






CONTENTS. 



DEEDS. 



Fuller Family 
I'ellet Family 



PAGE 
46 



GRANTS OF ARMS, &c. 

Confirmation of Arms to Sir Henry Earle, Barunet, 1904 
Grant of Arms to John Gurdon, 1S35 
Grant of Arms to John Kcbow, 16S5 
Confirmation of Arms to Robert Shcdden, 1S24 
Grant of Arms to Francis Slater, 1796 
Grant of Arms to Paul Turquand, 1777 



120 

75 
73 
154 
73 
7S 



ILLUSTRATIONS. 



Book-plate of "J. F. Wright Esq' Kelvedon Hall, Essck' 
Fac-simile of Grant of Arms to John Rebow, 1685 



facing page 
after page 



10 

72 



PEDIGREES. 







PACJE 


^ 


PAGE 


Berkeley of Bruton 


CO. Somerset 


155 


Locock 


II 


Berkeley (now Port 


nan) of Pylle, 




Molyneux 


138 


CO. Somerset 




169 


Naper of Swyre, co. Dorset, and 




Blackburne 




133 


Loughcrew, co. Meath 


56 


Boissier 




79 


Napier of More Crichell, co. 




Clippingdale . 




20 


Dorset, Baronets . 


64 


Cockerel] 




68 


Napier of Puncknoll, co. Dorset, 




Cotton 




8[ 


Baronets 


67 


Crosse 




100 


Napper of Holywell, in Oxford 


62 


D'Arcy 




24 


Pearson 


9' 


Drake 




32 


Pellatt 


12 


Earle 




117 


Port man 


165 


Fry 




50 


Rebow 


70 


Fuller of Waldron, 


CO. Sussex 


39 


Shedden 


151 


Goddard of Swindon, co. Wilts 


149 


Turquand 


76 


Gurdon of Assington,co. Suffolk 


106 


Waller 


30 


Gurdon of Letton, 


CO. Norfolk 


114 


Willoughhy 


I 


Harington 


, 


I2t 


Wood 


129 


Legh 


- 


94 


Wright 


8 



12S6456 



WILLS. 



Clependale, Richard, 1624 . 23 

Clippendale, Peter, 1598 . 22 

Clippindale, Thomas, 1609 . 23 



Clippingdale, John, 1617 
Fuller, John, 1614 



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4S 



WOODCUTS OF ARMS AND SEALS. 



Blackburne 


133 


Goddard 


149 


Clippingdale . 


20 


Legh . 


94 


Cockerell 


68 


Locock . 


II 


Cotton 


81 


Pershouse 


92 


Earle 


117, 120 


Rebow . 


70 


Fuller 


40,48 


Rose . 


40, 48 


Fuller, quartering Fowle 


40, 48 


Shedden 


«5'. 154 



NOTES. 



Pedigree of IVilloughby. 



Middleton. 

[Vol. 9, p. 128.] 



Sir Thoma.s Willoughby, knight, Justice of the Common= 
Pleas (brother of WiUiam, 9th Baron Willoughby de 
Eresby, and 4th son of Sir Christopher Willoughby, 
K.B., by Margery his wife, dau. of Sir William Jenney 
of Knoddishall, co. Suffolk, Justice of the King's 
Bench) ; of Lincoln's Inn, admitted 16 July 1502, 
Serjeant-at-Law 1521, King's Serjeant 1530, Justice of 
the Common Pleas 9 October 1537; died 28 September 
1545, bur. at Chiddingstone, co. Kent. M.I. (\Veever). 
Will dated 20 July 1544, proved 5 November 1545 
(P.C.C. 40 Pynning). 



=Bridget Read, dau. and coheir of Sir 
Robert Read of Bore Place, co. Kent, 
knight, Chief Ju.stice of the Common 
Pleas, by Margaret his wife, dau. and 
coheir of John Alphew of Bore Place ; 
marr. 2 Henry VIII. [15 10] ; aged 26 
and more at her father's death 8 Jan- 
uary is|§; executrix to her husband's 
will 5 November 1545. Will dated 
II August 1558, proved 18 August 
1558 (P.C.C. 37 Noodes). 



Robert Willoughby= 
of Bore Place, 
esquire ; aged 34 
in September 1 545 ; 
died before 1 1 Au- 
gust 1558. 



=Dorothy Willoughby, 
dau. of Sir Edward 
Willoughby of Wol- 
laton, CO. Nottingham, 
knight, by Anne his 
wife, dau. and heir of 
Sir William Filliol ; 
marr. before 20 July 
1544- 



Christopher Willoughby of St.=j=Margery Tottis- 
George's, Southwark, co. Surrey, hurst, dau. of 
gent ; admitted to Lincoln's Inn Richard Tottis- 
12 February 152^; executor to hurst of Pens- 
his mother's will 18 August hurst, co. Kent, 
1558. Will dated 30 December gent; living 30 
1586, proved 11 January 158^, December 1586. 
by Anthony Willoughby, son 
(P.C.C. 2 Spencer). yj^ 



Thomas Willoughby of Bore Place, esquire ; admitted to=f=Katharine Hart, dau. of Sir Percival 



Lincoln's Inn 30 April 1558; executor to will of his 
grandmother, Bridget Willoughby, 18 August 1558; 
Sheriff of co. Kent 1590. Administration (with will 
undated) granted 5 July 1596 (P.C.C. 53 Drake). 



Hart of Lullingstone Court, co. 
Kent, knight, by Frideswide his 
wife. 



Sir Percival Willoughby^ 
of Wollaton, co. Not- 
tingham, and of Middle- 
ton, CO. Warwick, knight ; 
of Furnival's Inn, Bar- 
rister-at-Law, admitted 
to Lincoln's Inn 16 No- 
vember 1579; knighted 
at Worksop 20 April 
1603; M.P. for Tam- 
worth I March 1 6o| and 
5 April 1614 ; died 23 
August 1643, bur. at 
Wollaton. M.I. 



=Bridget Willoughby, dau. 
and coheir of Sir 
Francis Willoughby of 
WoUatonand Middleton, 
knight, by Elizabeth his 
2nd wife, dau. of Sir 
John Littleton of Frank- 
ley, CO. Worcester, 
knight ; marr. before 6 
January 158^; aged 31 
and more at her father's 
death 1 6 November 
1596; died 16 July 
1629, bur. at Wollaton. 
M.I. 



Edward Willoughby= 
of Furnival's Inn, 
London ; admitted 
to Lincoln's Inn 27 
March 1586. 



A 



=Winifred Willoughby, 
dau. and coheir of Sir 
Francis Willoughby 
of Wollaton and Mid- 
dleton, knight, by 
Elizabeth his 2nd 
wife, dau. of Sir John 
Littleton of Frankley, 
knight; aged 25 and 
more 16 November 
1596. 



Humphrey Walrond of Bradfield,= 
CO. Devon, esquire ; died 27 
March, bur. at Uffculme, co. 
Devon, 7 April 1586. Inq. p. m. 
taken at Bradfield 25 May 1586 
(C. Vol. 2og, No. 41). He marr. 
2ndly Florence, dau. of Thomas 
Moore of Taunton, co. Somerset. 



=Mary, marr. before 
20 July 1544; bur. 
at Uffculme 30 
November 1556. 
1st wife. 



Thomas Tottishurst= 
of Chipstead, in 
Chevening,co. Kent, 
gent. Will dated 27 
March 1574, proved 
i6May i574(P.C.C. 
22 Martyn). 



/K 



=Elizabeth, marr. 
before 20 July 
1544; executrix 
to her husband's 
will 16 May 1574. 



A 



band's will 15 
February 164!^. 



Thomas Wil- Robert Willoughby of Maisemore, co.=j=Margaret, execu- 
loughby (T/ar/. Gloucester, physician; of Magdalen i trix to her hus- 
AIS. 1400) ; Hall, Oxford, matriculated 23 June 
died before 1587, aged 18, B.A. (Magdalen 
1596. College) i59§, M.A. 159^, M.B. 

i6of. Fellow of Magdalen ; died 25 

August 1 64 1, bur. at Maisemore. 

M.I. Will dated 11 March 163I, 

proved 15 February 164I (P.C.C. 

10 Cambell). /^ 



George Willoughby, 
of Magdalen Hall, 
Oxford, matriculated 
23 June 1587, aged 
16, B.A. 1591, M.A. 
1594- 



Henry Willoughby Friswold {Harl. Elizabeth {Harl. Bridget {Harl. Sibbell {Harl. 
{Har/. MS. 1400). MS. 1400). MS. 1400). MS. 1400). MS. 1400). 



Sir Francis Willoughby of Wollaton, co. Nottingham, =pLady Cassandra Ridgeway, dau. of 



and of Middleton, co. Warwick, knight ; of Magdalen 
College, Oxford, matriculated 26 June 1607, aged 17 ; 
of Lincoln's Inn, admitted 13 November 1609; 
(?) knighted at Plymouth 28 September 1625 ; died, 
aged 76, 7 December 1665, bur. at Middleton. M.T. 



Thomas, ist Earl of Londonderry, by 
Cicely his wife, sister and coheir of 
Henry Macwilliam ; died, aged 76, 
15 July 1675, bur. at Middleton. M.I. 



Francis Willoughby of Wollaton and Middleton, = 
esquire, F.R.S. ; born at Middleton in 1635 ; of 
Trinity College, Cambridge, admitted Fellow Com- 
moner 1653, B.A. 165!, M.A. 1659; an original 
Fellow of the Royal Society 22 May 1663; died at 
Middleton Hall, aged 37, 3 July 1672, bur. at 
Middleton. M.I. Will dated 24 June 1672, proved 
19 April 1677, by Sir Henry Bernard (P.C.C. 
43 Hale). His " Ornithology," "Icthuology" and 
" History of Insects " were published after his death 
by his friend, John Ray. {See '■^Dictionary of 
National Biography" Vol. LXH., page ^4.) 
Portrait in oils at Wollaton and marble Bust 
in Libraiy of Trinity College, Cambridge. 



=Emma Bernard, dau. and coheir of Sir 
Henry Bernard of Stoke and Bridgenorth, 
CO. Salop, and Aconbury, co. Hereford, 
knight, by Emma his wife, dau. of Robert 
Charlton of Whitton Court, co. Salop ; 
marr. at Bridgenorth in 1667, marriage 
licence (Vicar-General) dated 19 Decem- 
ber, then aged 22; died 16 October 
1725. Will dated 8 July 1725, proved 
24 November 1725 (P.C.C. 227 Koinney). 
She marr. 2ndly, as his 3rd wife, Sir 
Josiah Child of Wanstead, co. Essex, 
I St Baronet. 



Sir Francis Willougiiby of Wollaton and Middleton, baronet; born 13 September 1668; 
created a baronet 7 April 1677; died, aged 19, 13 September 1688, bur. at Middleton. M.I. 
Will dated 8 August 1688. Administration granted 20 December 1688 (P.C.C. 166 Exton). 



Rolaiui Mynors=i='rheodo.sia, marr. at 



of Ticago, CO. 
Hereford ; died 
in 1651. 



WoUaton, ro. Not- 
tingham, 9 January 
i6y^ ; living 16 
September 1641. 



A\ 



Edward VVilloughby of Cossal, co.- 
Nottingham, esquire; of Magdalen 
College, Oxford, matriculated 26 
June 1607, aged 15; of the Inner 
Temple, admitted November 
1609; executor to will of his 
brother Henry 23 September 164 1; 
died 3 August 1642. Inq. p. m. 
taken at Nottingham i September 
1642 (C. Vol. 2og, No. 5<?.) /^ 



=Elizabeth Atkinson, 
dau. of John Atkin- 
son, geni; ; marr. at 
VVollaton 24 January 
1 6 1 1, marriage settle- 
ments dated 20 
January ; living i 
September 1642. 



Sir Thomas AVendy of Hasling-= 
field, CO. Cambridge, K.B. ; 
created K.B. 23 April 1661 ; 
M.P. for CO. Cambridge 29 
March i66o to November 1673 J 
bur. at Haslingfield 20 November 
1673. Will dated 14 and 20 
October 1673, proved 10 January 
167! (P.C.C. 134 Biaice). 



=Lettice, born and bapt. at 
Middleton, co. Warwick ; 
executrix to her husband's 
will 10 January 167J; 
bur. at Haslingfield. Will 
dated 13 June 1694, with 
two codicils dated 17 
July 1694 and 10 January 
1694, proved 26 May 1696 
(P.C.C. 85 Bond). 



Clement Winstanley=j=Katharine, 



of Braunstone, co. 
Leicester, esquire 
died in 1672. 



married in 
i668;living 
8 August 
1688. 



Sir Thomas Willoughby, Lord Middleton ; succeeded his= 
brother as 2nd baronet in September 1688; Sheriff for co. 
Nottingham 1695; ^LP. for co. Nottingham 18 August 
1698 to July 1702 and 23 May 1705 to September 17 10, 
and for Newark 12 October 17 10 to December 171 1; 
created Baron Middleton of Middleton i January 171!^; 
died 2 April, bur. at Middleton 17 April 1729. Will 
(undated) proved 13 May 1729 (P.C.C. 142 Abbott). 



=Elizabeth Rothwell, dau. and 
coheir of Sir Richard Rothwell 
of Ewerby and Stapleford, co. 
Lincoln, baronet, by Elizabeth his 
wife ; marr. at Stapleford 9 April 
1691 ; died at Tong Castle, co. 
Salop. Administration granted 25 
February 173I (P.C.C.) 



Sir Francis Willoughby, Lord Middleton ; born=p--Mary Edwards, dau. and coheir of Thomas 



29 September 1693; M.P. for co. Nottingham 
2 September 17 13 to March 172^, and for 
Tamworth 24 ^L'lrch 172^- to July 1727; 
succeeded his father as 2nd Baron 2 April 1729; 
died at Bath, co. Somerset, 31 July 1758, bur. at 
Wollaton. Will dated 26 July 1758, proved 
7 September 1758 (P.C.C. 271 Huttofi). 



Edwards of Filkins, co. Oxford, esquire, by 
Mary his wife ; marr. at Westminster Abbey 
25 July 1723, marriage licence (Faculty 
Office) dated 22 July, then aged 19; died in 
St. James' Street, L(jndon, aged 59, 12 March 
1762. Will dated 13 August 1759, proved 
1 April 1762 (P.C.C. 163 .SV. Elov). 



Sir Francis Willoughby, 
Lord Middleton ; born 
25 January, bapt. 
at St. Anne's, Soho, 
London, 20 February 
172I; succeeded his 
father as 3rd Baron 31 
July 1758 ; died 16 De- 
cember, bur. at Wol- 
laton 20 December 
1774. M.L Will dated 
18 August 1774, proved 
3 March 1775 (P.C.C. 
108 Ale.xander). 



Sir Thomas Willoughby,= 
Lord Middleton; born 19 
December 1728, bapt. at 
St. Peter's, Nottingham, 10 
January 172 j; M.P. for co. 
Nottingham 13 December 
1762 to December 1774; 
succeeded his brother as 
4th Baron 16 December 
1774; died, aged 62, 19 
January 1781, bur. at Wol- 
laton. M.L Will dated 
28 June 1775, proved 22 
February 1781 (P.C.C. 
88 U'ebstei-). 

3 



=Georgiana Chad wick, dau. of 
Evelyn Chadwick of West 
Leake, co. Nottingham ; 
born at Stroxton, co. Lin- 
coln, 27 April 1746; marr. 
at the house of John Sutton, 
St. James' Place, Westmin- 
ster, 7 April 1770: died 29 
June 17S9. "\\'ill dated i 
March 1788, proved 15 July 
1789 (P.C.C. 384 Mac/mm). 
She marr. 2ndly Edward 
Miller Mundy of Shipley, 
CO. Derby, esquire. 



A daughter, 
died young, 
bur. at Mid- 
dleton. 



Henry Willoughby of 
Wollaton, CO. Notting- 
ham, gent ; of the 
Inner Templeiadmitted 
November 1612, bar- 
rister-at-law 1620; died, 
aged 47, 18 September 
1 64 1, bur. at Wollaton. 
M.I. Will dated 1 6 Sep- 
tember 1 64 1, proved at 
York 23 September 
1 64 1 {unregistered). 



Percival Willoughby of I)erby,=j=Elizabeth Coke, dau. of Robert Wil- 



physician ; born at U'oUaton 
in 1596; educated at Rugby, 
Eton and Magdalen College, 
Oxford, matriculated 23 March 
162^, aged 22, B.A. 1621 ; 
Extra-Licentiate of the Col- 
lege of Physicians 20 February 
164^; died, aged 89, 2 Octo- 
ber 1685, bur. in St. Peter's, 
Derby. M.I. {See ''Dictionary 
of Natio7ial Biography,''' 
Vol. LXIL, page j-'.) /^ 



Sir Francis Coke of lough by, liv- 

Trusley, co. Derby, by ing 16 Sep- 

Elizabeth his ist wife, temberi64i. 

dau. of Sir George 

Curzon of Croxall, co. 

Derby, knight ; bapt. at 

Trusley 1 1 November 

1599; died, aged 67, 

15 February i66y, bur. 

in St. Peter's, Derby. 

M.I. 



James, Duke of Chandos (son of James, Lord Chandos, by Elizabeth= 
his wife, elder dau. and coheir of Sir Henry Bernard of Bridgenorth, co. 
Salop); born 6 January, bapt. at Dewsall, co. Hereford, 12 January 167I ; 
M.P. for Hereford 169S-1714; Paymaster-General of the Forces abroad 
i7°S~i3; succeeded his father as 9th Baron Chandos of Sudeley 16 
October 17 14; created three days later Viscount Wilton and Earl of 
Carnarvon, and on 29 April 1719, Marquess of Carnarvon and Duke 
of Chandos, P.C. 1721; Chancellor of the University of St. Andrew's; 
Ranger of Enfield Chase ; a Governor of Charterhouse and of the 
Foundling Hospital ; died at Canons, in Whitchurch, co. Middlesex, 
9 August, bur. at Whitchurch 23 August 1744. M.I. W'ill dated 14 
April 1742 to 13 July 1743, proved 4 September 1744 (P.C.C. 
210 Aristis). He marr. istly Mary, dau. and heir of Sir Thomas Lake of 
Canons, knight, and 3rdly Lydia Catharine, widow of Sir Thomas Davall. 



=Cassandra, marr. at 
Chelsea College 
Chapel, CO. Middle- 
sex, 4 August 1 7 13; 
died 16 July, bur. 
at Whitchurch 26 

July 1/35- 2nd 
wife. 



Thomas Willoughby of Birdsall,= 
CO. York; born 11 June 1694; 
of Jesus College, Cambridge, M.A. 
1720; M.P. for Cambridge Uni- 
versity 19 December 1720 to July 
1727, and for Tamworth 21 Au- 
gust 1727 to April 1734; High 
Steward of Tamworth ; died 2 
December, bur. at Birdsall 
6 December 1742. Will (nuncu- 
pative) made 20 November 1742, 
proved at York 9 February 174^ 
(Vol. 88, fo. 61.) 



=Elizabeth Southeby, dau. and heir of 
Thomas Southeby of Birdsall Hall, 
CO. York, esquire, by Anthonina his 
2nd wife, dau. of Tobias Jenkins, 
esquire ; bapt. at York Minster 
20 July 1694; marr. in 17 19; 
executrix to her husband's will y 
February 1 74! ; died at Minster 
Yard, York, bur. at Birdsall 25 
April 1752. Will dated 17 July 
1751, proved 30 June 1752 (P.C.C. 
175 Bettesworth). 



Rothwell Willoughby 
of Nottingham. Will 
dated 20 April 1749, 
proved at York 22 
May 1752 (Vol. 96, 
fo. 294.) 



Henry Willoughby, 
living 13 May 1729. 



Cassandra Wil- 
at York Minster loughby, bapt. loughby, bapt. 
10 January 172°; at 'Vork Min- at York Min- 
marr. at West- ster 16 April ster 16 June 



Rev. Edmund Garforth of the City of York=j=l'llizabeth, bapt. Thomas \X\ 

(son of Edmund Dring of New Malton, co. 

York, by Mary his 3rd wife, sister of 

William Garforth of York, esquire) ; bapt. 

at Malton 11 June 1700; Fellow of 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1723, 

M.A. 1727 ; took the name of (jarforth in 

place of Dring by Act of Parliament in 

1747, in accordance with the will of his 

uncle, William Garforth ; died 6 F'ebruary, 

bur. in the chancel of St. Martin-cum- 

Gregory, York, 11 February 1761. ^ 



minster Abbey 
5 May 1750; 
bur. in St. Mar- 
tin-cum-Gregory, 
York, 5 February 
1799. 



1722 ; bur. at 
Wollaton 1 2 
April 1748. 



I 723 ; bur. at 
Birdsall 23 
January 175^. 



Sir Jolm Cell of Hoplon, co. Derliy, haronet ; horn at Carsington, co.= 
Derby, 22 June 1593; of Magdalen College, Oxford, matriculated 16 June 
1610; Sheriff for co. Derby 1634; created a baronet 29 January 164I ; 
Governor of Derby for the Parliament 5 January 164I ; present with the 
regiment he raised at the capture of Lichfield, and battle of Hopton 
Heath 1643; found guilty of plotting against the Commonwealth 27 
September 1650, and imprisoned until April 1653; died in St. Martin's 
Lane, London, 26 October 167 1, bur. at Wirksworth, co. Derby. M.L 
Will dated 24 May to 31 July 1671, proved 11 November 1671 
(P.C.C.) He marr. 2ndly Mary, dau. of Sir Francis Radcliffe of 
Ordsall, co. Nottingham, knight. (Sfe ^^ Dictionary of National Biography" 
Vol. XXL, page 113.) /^ 



Elizabeth, marr. at 
Wollaton, CO. Not- 
tingham, 2 2 January 
1 6^ J; living 16 
September 1641. 



Rev. Nathaniel= 
Hodgson of Apple- 
ton-le-Street, co. 
York ; of Sidney 
Sussex College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 
1727, M.A. 1754; 
died 31 January 
1794. 



=Emma, bapt. at 
York Minster 26 
September 1724; 
executrix to her 
mother's will 30 
June I 752 ; died 
at Ganthorpe, co. 
York, 1 1 No- 
vember 1 781. 



Sir Henry Willoughby,= 
Lord Middleton ; born 
at York 19 Decem- 
ber 1726, bapt. at York 
Minster 4 January 172-J; 
High Sheriff for co. York 
1757 ; succeeded his 
cousin as 5th Baron 19 
January 1781 ; died 14 
June 1800. M.L at 
Wollaton. Will proved 
in June 1814 (P.C.C.) 



=Dorothy Cartwright, dau. and 
coheir of George Cartwright 
of Ossington, co. Nottingham, 
by Mary his wife, sister 
and coheir of John Digby of 
Mansfield Woodhouse, co. 
Nottingham ; marr. at Gar- 
ton, CO. York, 25 December 
1756; died, aged 75, 19 
July 1808, bur. at Wollaton. 
M.L Will dated 5 June 
1806, proved 31 July 1808 
(P.C.C. 584 Ely). 



I 
Richard Langley of Wykeham Abbey, cc^^-L^orothy, born at York 13 July, bapt. at York 
York, esquire; bapt. at Wykeham 30 June Minster 17 August 1758; marr. at Birdsall, co. 
1761; High Sheriff for co. York 1786; York, 17 November 1784; executrix to wills 
died, aged 55, 27 January, bur. in York of his mother i July 1808, and her husband 
Minster 5 February 1817. M.L Will 20 May 1817; died i'3 April, bur. in York 
dated 10 May i8ro, proved at York 20 May Minster 21 April 1824. M.L 
1817. 



Sir Henry Willoughby, Lord Middleton ;=Jane Lawley, sister of Robert, ist Baron ^^'enlock, 
born 24 April, bapt. at York Minster and dau. of Sir Robert Lawley, 5th Baronet, by 
28 May 1761 ; succeeded his father Jane his wife, dau. of Beilby Thompson of Escrick, 
as 6th Baron 14 June 1800; died 19 co. York; marr. by special licence at Mayfair 
June 1835, bur. at Wollaton. M.L Chapel, London, 21 August 1793; died at Escrick, 

aged 85, 17 December 1852, bur. at Wollaton. 

M.L 



Nicholas Strelley of Strelley,=Bridget, died at= 
CO. Nottingham, esquire ; Doveridge, co. 
Administration granted at Derby, 30 June 
York 21 January i6of. ist 1624. 
husband. 



A 



=Henry Cavendish of Doveridge, esquire ; 
marr. at Doveridge 20 November 16 10, 
marriage settlements dated 14 October; died 
23 December 1624. Inq. p. m. taken at 
Derby 3 October 1625 (C. Fo/. 421, 
No. 132). 2nd husband. 



Francis Willoughby of Hesley,= 
in Harworth, co. Nottingham ; 
bapt. at York Minster 8 
March 172I; administrator 
to his brother, Rothwell 
Southeby, \^ November 1764; 
died at Hesley Hall 21 Oc- 
tober 1790. Will dated 30 
September 1786, proved at 
York 23 December 1790 
(Vol. 134, fo. 578). 



=Octavia Fisher, dau. and co- 
heir of Francis P'isher of the 
Grange, Grantham, co. Lincoln, 
esquire, by Jane his wife, dau. 
and coheir of John Digby 
of Mansfield Woodhouse, co. 
Nottingham ; bapt. at Gran- 
tham 17 November 1739; 
marr. at Austerfield, co. Not- 
tingham, 25 May 1762 ; living 
30 September 1786. 



Rothwell Southeby Willoughby 
of Hesley; bapt. 22 August 
1729 ; mentioned in his 
mother's will 17 July 1751 ; 
sole executor and heir to his 
uncle, the Hon^": Rothwell 
Willoughby, 22 May 1752; 
died 28 August 1764, bur. at 
Birdsall, co. York. Adminis- 
tration granted at York 17 
November 1764. 



Jane Willoughby, 
bapt. at Bawtry, 
CO. York, 7 Sep- 
tember 1767; living 
I March 1788. 



Sir Digby Willoughby, Lord Middleton, Captain 
R.N. ; born at Hesley Hall 26 November, bapt. at 
Harworth, co. Nottingham, 29 November 1769; 
entered the Royal Navy 20 May 1782, Lieutenant 
10 January 1794, served on the " Culloden " at 
Lord Howe's victory of i June 1794, Commander 
7 May 1802, retired as Captain 10 September 
1840; succeeded his cousin as 7th Baron 19 June 
1835; died at Wollaton 5 November 1856, bur. 
there. M.L 



Francis Willoughby, 
bapt. at Harworth 31 
March 1771 ; living 
I March 1788. 



Richard, Earl of Scarbrough ; born 3 April,= 
bapt. at Sandbeck, co. York, 16 April 1757 ; 
educated at Eton ; Sheriff for co. Notting- 
ham 1793; took by Act of Parliament in 
1783, the name of Savile in addition to 
that of Lumley ; succeeded his brother as 
6th Earl of Scarbrough 5 September 1807, 
and took the name of Saunderson in jjlace 
of Savile ; died at I'ortman Square, 
London, 17 June 1832. 



=Henrietta, born 30 June, 
bapt. at York Minster 29 
July 1766; marr. by 
special licence at Wolla- 
ton Hall 14 June 1787; 
died 26 February 1846, 
bur. at Glentworth, co. 
Lincoln. Will proved in 
August 1846. 



Cassandra Willoughby, 
born at York i April, 
bapt. at York Min- 
ster 9 May 1770, bur. 
at Birdsall 17 May 
followini'. 



Rev. James Willoughby,= 
Rector of Guiseley, co. York; 
bapt. 23 January 173I; of 
Trinity College, Cambridge, 
LL.B. 1756; Prebendary of 
Southwell, Vicar of Hutton, 
of Marston, and of Askham 
Richard, co. York ; executor 
to will of his brother Francis 
23 December 1790; died, 
aged 86, 16 February 1816. 



=Eleanor Hobson, dau. 
and coheir of James 
Hobson of Kirkby 
Moorside, co. York, 
by Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of Edward Pres- 
ton of New Malton, 
CO. York ; marr. at 
St. Michael-le-Belfrey, 
York, 4 November 
1772 ; died 22 June 
1830. 



Rev. Henry Hewgill,= 
Rector of Great 
Smeaton, co. York ; 
of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 
1745, M.A. 1749. 
He married istly 
Catherine, dau. of 
. . . . Thomicroft. 



=Antonina, bapt. 
10 August 1735; 
marr. in 1765 ; 
living I March 
1788. 2nd wife. 



A 



I 
=Elizabeth, born 24 February, 

bapt. at St. Michael-le-Belfrey, 
York, 28 February 1774; 
marr. at Marston 30 October 
1798; died at the Manor 
House, Southwell, co. Not- 
tingham, 25 September, bur. 
at Scofton, co. Nottingham, 
I October 1858. 

A 

{For issue see Pedigree of Foijnml'c, " Visitation of England 
and Wales" Vol. /., page 44.) 



John Savile Foljambe of Aldwark, co.= 
York ; born at Grosvenor Street, 
London, 3 May, bapt. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 31 May 1776; 
Lieut.-Colonel ist West Yorkshire 
Yeomanry ; died at Exmouth, co. Devon, 
14 January, bur. at Ecclesfield, co. York, 
2 February 1S05. 



Emma Willoughby, 
died 1 1 May 1859. 



Henry Willoughby of Aspley Hall, co.= 
Nottingham, and afterwards of Birdsall and 
Settrington, co. York ; born at Guiseley Rectory 
15 December, bapt. privately 19 December 
1780; M.P. for Newark 8 February 1805 to 
February 1831 ; died in St. Marylebone's, 
London, 18 November, bur. at Birdsall 27 
November 1849. ^^'^1 dated i December 
1837, with two codicils dated 18 December 
1843 and 27 March 1848, proved 28 Feb- 
ruary 1850 (P.C.C. 173, 50). Miniature 
Portrait at Birdsall House, in the possession of 
Lord Middleton. 



=Charlotte Eyre, dau. of the Ven''''^ John Eyre, 
Archdeacon of Nottingham, by Charlotte his 
wife, dau. of Sir George Armytage of Kirk- 
lees, CO. York, 3rd baronet {see Pedigree of 
Armytage, " Visitation of England and 
Wales," Vol. I., page 2jf) ; born at Babworth 
Rectory, co. Nottingham, 9 February, bapt. 
at Babworth 13 March 1791; marr. there 
20 June 1815 ; died 20 September, bur. at 
Birdsall 26 September 1845. Miniature 
Portrait at Birdsall House in the possession 
of Lord Middleton. 



/K 



{For issue see ^^ Visitation of England and 1 Vales," 
Vol. /A'., page 12S.) 



Lawson. 

[Vol. 9, p. 147.] 



Pedigree of IVright. 



Anne Sulyard, dau. of= 
Sir Edward Sulyard of 
Flemyngs, in Runwell, 
CO. Essex, knight ; marr. 
in 1608 ; died in 1617. 
I St wife. 



=John Wright of KeIvedon,=Joan. 
CO. Essex, esquire (son of 2nd wife. 
John Wright of Kelvedon, 
esquire); born in 1580; 
died, aged 74, 4 March 
i6s|- 



John Wright of Kelvedon,=f=Frances Waldegrave, dau. of Philip Waldegrave Richard Wright. 



esquire ; born in 
died 31 May 1656. 



1610 ; 



of Borley, co. Essex, by Margaret Eve his 2nd 
wife ; marr. in 1637. 



John Wright=f=Phi!ippa Fitzwilliam, dau. of William 



of Kelvedon, 
esquire ; died 
4 October 
1691. 



Fitzwilliam of Clixby, co. Lincoln, 
esquire, by Frances his wife, dau. of 
Sir John Sulyard of Halye Park, co. 
Suffolk, knight; died 16 May 1687. 



Philip Wright, born 
in 1643; living 2 
Novemberi688 ;died 
before 14 July 17 14. 



Frances, born 
in 1648. 



John Wright of Kefvedoii; 
Hall, esquire ; died 27 
August 1 73 1. Will dated 
21 August 1721, proved 
21 July 1732 (P.C.C. 
199 Bedford). 



-Eugenia Trinder, dau. and 
coheir of Charles Trinder 
of Bourton-on-the-Water, 
CO. Gloucester ; marr. in 
1684; died 20 May 1734. 
Will dated 30 August 
1732, proved 2 July 1752 
(P.C.C. 202 Bettesworth). 



Lawrence Wright, mentioned 
in wills of his brother John 21 
August 1 72 1, and his sister-in- 
law, Eugenia Wright, 30 August 
1732; died in 1737. 



Other 

issue. 




'aumcnc^ 




Elizabeth Rooke, dau. of= 
Robert Rooke of AVeston- 
Underwood, co. Bucking- 
ham, by Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of John Fisher ; marr. 
at Weston -Underwood 13 
January 171I; died 19 June 
1 7 18, bur. in Kelvedon 
Church. I St wife. 



=John Wright of Kelvedon^ 
Hall, esquire ; born in 
1685 ; executor to his 
father's will 21 July 1732; 
died, aged 65, 2 December 
1 75 1. Will dated 22 Feb- 
ruary 174I, proved 14 
February 1752 (P.C.C. 55 
Bettesivnrth). 



=Constantia Carington, dau. of 
Francis Carington, alias Smith, of 
\Vootton Hall, co. Warwick, by 
Catharine Southcott his wife ; 
marriage settlements dated 9 and 
10 October 1732 ; executrix to her 
husband's will 14 February 1752; 
died in 1759. She marr. 2ndly 
Peter Holford. 2nd wife. 



Mary Wright, born in 1735; 
mentioned in her father's will 
22 February 1745; died in 
'753- 



Constantia Wright, a nun at Origny, near St. Quintin, 
France; born in 1736; mentioned in her father's will 22 
February 174* ; died at Paris 12 November 1793. 



I 

Henry Wright, priest ; 
entered the Society of 
Jesus in 163I; died at 
Ghent, aged 53, 18 May 
1669. 



Stephen Wright of the Society of Jesus ; educated at St. Omer's 
and the English College, Rome ; admitted convictor 5 November 
1 64 1, aged 21, ordained priest 2 July 1645, entered the Society of 
Jesus in i65.> ; served as missionary priest in the Suffolk district; 
died at Kelvedon, co. Essex, 30 August 1680. 



William Wright, mentioned in 
wills of his father 21 August 
1 72 1, and his mother 30 August 
1732 ; died in 1737. 



Charles Wright, mentioned in wills= 
of his father 21 August 1721, his 
mother 30 August 1732, and his 
brother John 22 February 174-I; 
died in 1755. /K 



Anna Maria 
Wright. 




<:?»**' 




Winifred Silvertop, dau. of George=f=John Wright of Kelvedon=i=Mary Teresa Webbe, dau. 



Silvertop of Minster Acres, co. North- 
umberland, esquire, by Bridget his ist 
wife, dau. of Henry Whittingham of 
Whittingham Hall; marr. in 1762; died 
12 August 1780. ist wife. 





i/(yrio^ 



Hall, esquire ; born in 
1740 ; died 12 November 
1792. Will dated 11 Au- 
gust 1787, with codicil 
dated 4 September 1788, 
proved 1 5 December 1 792 
(P.C.C. 643 Fountaifi). 



of Thomas Webbe of 
Brook Green, co. Middle- 
sex, by Anne his wife, 
dau. of Thomas Tancred ; 
marr. 7 January 1783; 
died in 1835. 2nd wife. 



John Wright of Kelvedon Hall, esquire ;=j=Elizabeth Lawson, younger dau. of Sir John Lawson 



born 4 August 1763; died in London 13 
February 1826, bur. in the family vault at 
Kelvedon. Will dated 17 June 1825, 
proved 8 March 1826, by his sons, John 
and William Wright, Edward Wright, 
brother, and Charles ffew, the executors 
(I'.C.C. 189 Swabey). 



of Brough Hall, co. York, 5th baronet, by Elizabeth 
his ist wife, youngest dau. of William Scarisbrick ; 
marr. 8 January 1789; died 7 July 1812, bur. 
in the family vault at Kelvedon. 




<^L^ 



^ 



As 



{For issue see "Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. IX., page 147.) 



Anne. John Vivian. ==Katherine. Margaret. Mary. 



Elizabeth. 



Mannock Strickland of Lincoln's Inn London; admitted to=j=Mary, marr. before 21 August 



Gray's Inn 26 January i7of, and to Lincoln's Inn 9 February 
173!; bur. at Kelvedon Hatch, co. Essex. Administration 
granted 2 March 174I (P.C.C.) 




^m/^/^^ 




^ 



1721 ; administratrix to her 
husband 2 March i74|. Will 
dated 12 September 1749, 
proved 21 July 1750, by 
Michael Blount, son-in-law 
(P.C.C. 244 Greenly). 



A 



Edward Wright, 
born 4 October 
1783; died in 
1838. 



Thomas Meynell of Kilvington Hall, co. York, and of=T=Teresa Mary, born 



Hartlepool, co. Durham, esquire ; born in April 1775 ; 
J. P. for CO. Durham, J.P. and D.L. for the North 
Riding, co. York ; chairman of the Stockton and 
Darlington Railway, of which he laid the first rail 
in 1825; died in July 1854. /|\ 



I September 1784; 
marr. 23 August 
1804; died in July 
1844. 



Thomas Monington of Sarnesfield Court, co. Hereford (2nd son of John=Mary Anne, born 
Webbe-Weston of Sutton Place, co. Surrey, by Elizabeth his ist wife, in 1789 ; marr. 
dau. of John Brough) ; born 2 July 1790; assumed by Royal Licence 25 January 1826. 
dated 1829, the name of Monington on inheriting Sarnesfield Court; High 
Sheriff for co. Hereford 1837 ; died 12 September 1857. 



Henry Wright, Thomas Wright, =Frances Tempest, dau. of Stephen Walter 

died in 1765. born 6 March Tempest of Broughton, co. York, esquire, 

1772; died in by Frances Olive his wife, dau. and 

1822. coheir of George MeyncU of Aldborough, 

CO. York, esquire {see " Visitation of 

England and Wales" Vol. I/., page ijp); 

marr. in 1798; died 10 July 1824. 



^^'inifred, died 
in infancy. 




Pedigree of Locock. 



Locock. 

[Vol. 9, p. 153.] 



Rev. Aaron Locock, Vicar of All Saints', Northampton (son 
of William Locock of Knaresborough, co. York, gent) ; of 
University (College, Oxford, matriculated 20 April 1708, 
aged 16, B.A. 171^, M.A. 1714; Vicar of Wellingborough, 
CO. Northampton, 19 June 1718, of All Saints', Northampton, 
13 December 1731 (instituted 10 May 1732) ; died, aged 62, 
31 July 1752, bur. in Wellingborough Church. Administration 
granted at Northampton 14 August 1752. He married Mary, 
who was bur. at Wellingborough. 



Henry Locock of Northampton, apothecary,=j=Anne, executrix 



Alderman of Northampton, Mayor 1 749 ; 
administrator to his father 14 August 1752; 
died from a fall from his horse 30 April 1761. 
Will dated 18 March 1760, proved at North- 
ampton 4 May, and in London 12 June i 761 
(P.C.C. 222 Cheslyn). 



to her husband's 
will 12 June 
1761. 



Other 

issue. 



Mary Pasham of^pHenry Locock of Northampton, surgeon; born in i74o;=j=Mary May, living 29 Sep- 

" " ... „ tember 17S7. 2nd wife. 



Dallington, co. 
Northampton ; 
marr. 29 May 
1762 ; died 19 
May 1767. ist 
wife. 



died 27 May 1788. Will dated 29 September 1787, 
proved at Northampton 31 May 1788. 



Charles Locock, 
surgeon, R.N. 



Anne. 



Susannah Smyth, dau. of the= 
Rev. Edmund Smyth of Great 
Linford, co. Buckingham ; 
marr. 22 April 1788; died 
29 April 1803. I St wife. 



=Henry Locock of= 
Northampton, M.D.; 
born 2 May 1763; 
died at Bath 14 Feb- 
ruary 1843. 



=Maria Smyth, dau. of the Rev. Edmund Mary, 
Smyth of Great Linford ; marr. in July died in 
1806; died at Northampton, aged 46, in 1815. 
October 1817. She married istly Henry 
Cape of Christ Church, Surrey. 2nd wife. 



Henry Locock, born i6=j=Susanna Smyth, dau. of the Rev. William Smyth 



January 1790; died at 
Blackheath Park, co. Kent, 
18 June 1844. 



A 



of Great Linford; marr. 20 October 1825; died 
at Elkington Vicarage, co. Lincoln, aged 57, 
25 March 1855. 



William Locock, born 
in 1792; died at North- 
ampton, aged 23, 22 
August 181 5. 



Sir Charles Locock of Speldhurst, co. Kent, ist baronet; born at 
Northampton 21 April 1799; of the University of Edinburgh, M.D. 1821 
L.R.C.P. Lond. 1823, F.R.C.P. 1836, Member of the Council 1840-42 



=Amelia Lewis, youngest dau. 



Northampton 21 April 1799; of the University of Edinburgh, M.D. 1821, of John Lewis of Southampton 



D.C.L. Oxford 5 August 1868, F.R.S. ; First Physician Accoucheur to 
H.M. Queen Victoria 1840; created a baronet 5 May 1857 ; J. P. and 
D.L. for CO. Kent ; died at Binstead House, Isle of Wight, 23 July, bur. 
in Kensal Green Cemetery, London, 28 July 1875. Will dated 22 July 
1871, with codicil dated 7 December 1872, proved 18 August 1875, by 
Sir Charles Brodie Locock and the Rev. Alfred Henry Locock, sons . 
(Prin. Reg., 668, 75). ^ 

{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales, 
Vol IX., page ijj). 



Place, Euston Square, London ; 
marr. at Brighton, co. Sussex, 
5 August 1826; died at Bin- 
stead, aged 69, 14 July, bur. 
in Kensal Green Cemetery, 
London, 20 July 1867. 



Mary Anne, 
died at Bath 
aged 51, 
22 Decem- 
ber 1840. 



Daniel Cave of Cleve Hill, co. Gloucester,=^Frances, marr. 



and of Sidbury, co. Devon; born 22 
April 1789; of Exeter College, Oxford, 
matriculated 3 March 1815, B.x-V. r8i8, 
M.A. 1822 ; J. P., High Sheriff for Bristol 
1836; died 9 March 1872. 



A 



at Leghorn, 
Italy, 15 April 
1820 ; died at 
Cleve Hill i 
May 1854. 



Emma, died, 
through a fall 
from agig, aged 
20, 18 October 
1818. 



Christopher 
Locock, born 
in 1801 ; died 
in infancy. 



Pellatt. 

[Vol. 9, p. i6i.] 



Pedigree of Pellatt. 



William Pellett of Steyniiig, co. Sussex, yeoman (son of= 
William Pellett of Steyning) ; received a lease of the manor 
of Charlton from the Abbess of Syon 23 December 14S4 ; 
died before 17 Jmie 1503, bur. at Steyning. Will dated 4 and 
15 May 1503, proved 23 September 1503 (P.C.C. 24 Blatnyr). 



=Joan, mentioned 
in her husband's 
will 4 May 1503; 
living June 15 14. 



Robert Pel- 
lett, living 5 
April 1492 ; 
died before 
4 May 1503. 



Thomas Pellett of=j=Margaret, executrix 



Steyning ; men- 
tioned in wills of 
his father 4 May 
1503, and his 
brother William 
8 September 

1507. Will dated 
4 May 1519, 
proved 17 April 
1523 (P.CC. 5 
Bodfelde). A 



to her husband's 
will 17 April 1523 ; 
living 1 2 October 
1531- 



Richard Pellett of Steyning ,- 
mentioned in wills of his 
father 4 May 1503, his 
brother William 8 Septem- 
ber 1507, and his brother 
Thomas 4 May 1519, bur. 
at Steyning. Will dated 
12 October 1531, proved 
10 May 1532 (P.C.C. 14 
Thower). 



= Joan, living 
12 October 
1531- 



William Pellett of Charlton Court,=j= 
in Steyning, gent ; churchwarden 
of Steyning 1548; executor to 
his father's will 10 May 1532. 
Will dated 22 August 1558, 
proved 15 September 1558 
(P.C.C. 46 Noodes). Inq. p. m. 
taken at Steyning 29 April 
1559 (C. Vol. 121, No. 158). 



Richard Pellett of Offham,=f=Agnes, executrix 



in Southstoke, co. Sussex ; 
mentioned in wills of his 
father 12 October 1531, 
and his brother William 
22 August 1558. ^^'ill 
dated 24 March 156^, 
proved at Chichester 6 
December 1567 (Vol. 10, 
fo. 334). 



to her husband's 
will 6 Decem- 
ber 1567. Will 
dated 8 June 
1579, proved at 
Chichester 4 July 
1579 (Vol. 12, 
fo. 107. 



A 



Richard Pellett of Charlton Court, esquire ,-=|=Mary, adminis- 
M.P. for Steyning 25 April 1572; tratrix to her 
executor to his father's will 15 September I husband i6Jan- 
1558; mentioned in will of his uncle Richard I uary 158!^. 
24 March 156^; died 21 January 1587^. 
Administration granted 16 January is8|^. 
Inq. p. m. taken at Arundel 27 February 
iS8|(C. Vol. 214, No. 222). 



John Pellett, 
not 21, 22 
August 1558. 



Margaret, living 
22 August 1558. 



np^oore O 



Bf 



12 



William Pellett, mentioned in his fathers will 4 May=j=Eleanor, executrix to 



1503. Will dated 8 September 1507, proved 7 October 
1507 (P.C.C. 25 Adeane). 



her husband's will 7 
October 1507. 



A 



John Pellett, 
living 4 May 
1503- 



Thomas Pellett of Petworth, co. Sussex, gent; mentioned in wills of his father 12 October 
1531, his brother WiUiam 22 August 1558, and his brother Richard 24 March 156^. 
Will dated 24 December 1604, proved at Chichester 11 September 1605 (Vol. 15, fo. 233). 



Joan, living 12 
October 1531. 



Lambold.- 



=Alice, living 1 2 
October 1531. 



Agnes, living 12 
October 1531. 



Elizabeth, living 12 
October 1531. 



AgneSjliving Catherine, liv- Mary, living Elizabeth, liv- Anne, living Jane, living Posthumous. 
22 August ing2 2August 22 August ing2 2August 22 August 22 August 
1558- 1558- 1558. 1558. 1558- 1558- 



Dorothy Lewknor,= 
dau. of Edward 
Lewknor of King- 
ston-Bowsey, co. 
Sussex, esquire, by 
Dorothy his wife, 
dau. of Sir Robert 
Wroth of Enfield, 
CO. Middlesex, 
knight ; marr. at 
Kingston - Bowsey 
15 February is8y, 
marriage settle- 
ments dated 3 
February, istwife. 



=Sir Benjamin Pellett of Steyning and Bolney, co.-rAlice Farnfold, dau. 



Sussex, knight; aged 27 and more 21 January 1587-; 
knighted 23 July 1603; Sheriff of co. Sussex 
1622 ; died 26 January, bur. in the chancel of 
Ardingly Church, co. Sussex, 31 January 163^. 
Will dated 22 January i63|-, proved at Lewes 21 
April 1637. Inq. p. m. taken at East Grinstead 
30 March 1637 (C. Vol. jjo, No. go). 



of Anthony Farnfold 
of Nash in Steyning ; 
marr at Steyning 24 
August 1590 ; bur. 
at Ardingly 30 No- 
vember 1657. 2nd 
wife. 



Jane, bapt. Sir William Culpepper of Wakehurst,=j=Jane, bapt. at Bol- 



at Henfield, in Ardingly, baronet (son and heir of 
CO. Sussex, Sir Edward Culpepper of Wakehurst, 
19 February knight, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of 
159^. William F'arnfold of Steyning, esquire); 

bapt. at Ardingly 4 July 1602 ; of Lin- 
coln's Inn, admitted 13 November 1623; 
Sheriff of the counties of Surrey and 
Sussex 1634; M.P. for East Grinstead 
20 October 1640 ; bur. at Ardingly 
6 December 1678. 



ney 4 July 1602 ; 
marr. there 13 July 
1626, marriage 
settlements dated 
I o April ; bur. at 
Ardingly 16 April 
1660. 



Thomas Pellett of Bolney, esquire; bur. at Bolney 22 August 
1605. Administration granted at Lewes 18 March i6o|. 



13 



James Pellett of Steyning, CO. Sussex ;=i= Joan Pellett, Lettice Pellett, 

mentioned in wills of his father 4 May mentioned in mentioned in 

1503, his brother William 8 September her father's her father's will 

1507, his brother Thomas 4 May will 4 May 4 May 1503. 

15 19, and his brother Richard 12 i5°3- 

October 1531. Will dated 24 May 
1555, proved at Chichester 29 De- 
cember 1556 (Vol. 8, fo. 212b). /f^ 



Margaret Pellett, 
mentioned in her 
father's will 4 
May 1503. 



Thomas Pellett of Bignor, co. Sussex,==Mary Joselyn, dau. of Richard 



gent; executor to will of his great-uncle, 
Thomas Pellett, 11 September 1605; 
bur. at Bignor 21 December 1616. 
Will dated 3 October 1616, proved i6 
May 161 7 (P.C.C. 50 IVeldon). Inq. 
p. m. taken at Petworth i April 161 7 
(C. Vol. 364, No. so). 



Joselyn of Hyde Hall, co. Hert- 
ford, esquire, by Anne his wife, 
dau. of Thomas Lucas of Bury 
St. Edmunds, co. Suffolk, 
esquire ; executrix to her hus- 
band's will 3 October 1 6 1 6 ; 
bur. at Bignor 20 May 1626. 



Richard Jefferj'=Jane. 
of Little Bur- 
stead, CO. Essex. 



John Pellett of Bolney,= 
CO. Sussex, esquire ; 
marriage licence (Lon- 
don) dated 30 August 
1608, then aged 24, 
marriage settlements 
dated i November 16 10; 
died, aged 41, 22 Octo- 
ber, bur. at Bolney 
24 October 1625. 
Monumental Brass. 
Administration granted 
14 March 163^. ist 
husband. 



=Hon''''^ Anne West, dau. of Thomas, Lord de la Warr, by Anne 
his wife, dau. of Sir Frances Knovvles, K.G., Treasurer of the 
Household; living 30 March 1637. She married 2ndly Christopher 
Swale, D.D., Vicar of Westbourne, co. Sussex. 



Edward Pellett. Adminis- 
tration granted at Lewes i 
October 1625. 



Jude.=Doroth3', living 
22 January 1637^. 



Thomas Pellett, 
bapt.at Bolney 2 7 
December 1612, 
bur. there 1 1 Jan- 
uary following. 



Jane Pellett, 
bur. at Bolney 
29 August 16 1 6. 



Ann, bapt. at 
Bolney 26 Sep- 
tember 1616 ; 
living 22 Jan- 
uary 163^ 



Dorothy Pellett, 
bapl. at Bolney 
6 August 1618 ; 
bur. there 27 
September 1625. 



Mary Pellett, bapt. 
at Bolney ii No- 
vember 16 19; bur. 
there 25 Septem- 
ber 1625. 



14 



Bridget Mille, dau. of William= 
Mille of Greatham, co. Sussex, 
esquire, by Margaret his 2nd 
wife, dau. and heir of . . . 
Roulston of Lichfield, co. 
Stafford ; bapt. at Greatham 3 
December 1601 ; marr. there 
5 June 1627 ; bur. at Bignor 
2 November 1636. ist wife. 



•WilHam Pellatt of=Joan Grey, 

Bignor ; bapt. at dau. of Wil- 

Bignor in February ham Grey of 

i59f; entered his Wolbeding, 

Pedigree at the co. Sussex. 

Visitation of Sus- 2nd wife, 
sex in 1634 ; bur. 
at Bignor 14 
January 165^. 



John Cook of=f=Hester, mam 



West Burton, 
CO. Sussex. 



after 3 Octo- 
ber 16 16. 



A 



Thomas Pellatt of Bignor= 
Park and the Friars, Lewes, 
CO. Sussex, esquire ; bapt. 
at Greatham 24 July 1628; 
died, aged 52, 11 June, bur. 
at All Saints', Lewes, 1 2 
June 1680. M.L Will dated 
5 and 8 June 1680, proved 
26 November 1680 (P.C.C. 
153 Bath). 



=Hannah Alcock, dau. and Thomas Palmer, =i=Mary, bapt. 

coheir of William Alcock of married istly at Bignor 3 

the Friars, Lewes, gent; marr. Mary, dau. of June 1630; 

at All Saints', Lewes, 6 March i^^..^^ Haughton, marr. there 

i6|^; executrix to her hus- '^J>^i-^i(^'-<-',S.<^-i'- 14 February 

band's will 26 November 1680 ; ^ 165^. 2nd 

bur. at All Saints', Lewes, wife. 

2 May 1693. Will dated 1691, ^ 
proved at Lewes i February 
i69f. 



William Pellatt, Elizabeth Pellatt, Richard Shelley of Lewes,=i=Hannah, not 18, 5 June 



bur. at All bur. at All Saints', esquire ; bapt. at SS. Peter 
Saints', Lewes, Lewes, 30 April and Mary's, Lewes, 15 Jan- 
3 May 1661. 1662. uary 1665 ; of the Inner 

Temple; died, aged 53, 12 
May, bur. at SS. Peter and 
, Mary's, Lewes, 1 7 May 1 7 1 6. 

Will dated 8 March 17 if, 
with codicil dated 1 1 May 
1716, proved 11 August 
1716, by his brothers, 
Henry and Robert Shelley 
(P.C.C. 169 Fux). ^ 



1680; marr. at All Saints', 
Lewes, 23 June 1691, mar- 
riage licence (Lewes) dated 
22 June; executrix to will 
of her aunt, Elizabeth Pel- 
lett, 2 February 169^; bur. 
at SS. Peter and Mary's, 
Lewes, 16 October 1736. 
Will dated 18 June 1735, 
proved 17 December 1736 
(P.C.C. 280 Derby). 



William Hippersley of Ed-=j=Catherine, bapt. at Bolney 



burton, co. Sussex, esquire ; 
bur. at Edburton 7 No- 
vember 1657. Will dated 
3 January 165!, proved 
25 February 165^ (P.C.C. 
80 Wootton). 



6 January 162° ; mentioned 
in will of her grandfather, 
Sir Benjamin Pellett, 22 
January 1634 ; executrix 
to her husband's will 25 
February 165I. 



Susanna Pellett, 
bapt. at Bolney 
1 1 July 1622 ; 
bur. there 7 Sep- 
tember 1624. 



Rose, bapt. at 
Bolney 28 Sep- 
tember 1623 ; 
living 2 2 January 
i63f 



A 



15 



William Pellatt of Blechingley, co.=j=Mary Hargrave, marr. at Horsted Joseph Pellatt, 



Surrey, Citizen and Grocer ; bapt. at 
Bignor, co. Sussex, 23 August 1631 ; 
bur. at Blechingley 28 June 1700. 
Will dated 12 June 1699, proved 
2 July 1700, by William Pellatt, son 
(P.C.C. 104 Noel). A 



Keynes, co. Sussex, 15 August 1666, bapt. at Bignor 
marriage licence (Faculty Office) dated 30 December 
4 August; bur. at West Hoathly, co. 1633. 
Sussex, 4 November 1697. She marr. 
istly Thomas Wood. 



Elizabeth Pellatt, bapt. at Bignor 10 February 163I; died, aged 64 John Pellatt, bapt. at 

years and 11 months, 7 January 169^, bur. in the chancel of Bignor Bignor 23 October 

Church. M.I. Will dated 4 January 169!, proved at Lewes 1636. 
2 February 169!. 



Grace Newton, only dau.= 
of Apsley Newton of 
Southover, co. Sussex, 
esquire, by Elizabeth his 
wife; bapt. 26 July 
1664; died, aged 46, 13 
Januan,', bur. at All 
Saints', Lewes, co. Sussex, 
15 January 171". M.L 
ist wife. 



=William Pellatt of the Friars, = 
Lewes ; bapt. at All Saints', 
Lewes, 28 May 1665 ; High 
Sheriff for co. Sussex 1695; 
died, aged 60, 18 May, bur. at 
All Saints', Lewes, 20 May 
1725. M.L Will dated 29 
December 17 19, proved at 
Lewes 28 June 1725. 



^Elizabeth Payne, dau. of Edward 
Payne of East Grinstead, co. 
Sussex ; marr. at All Saints', Lewes, 
14 April 1 71 5; executrix to her 
husband's will 28 June 1725 ; bur. 
at Southover 30 April 1752. Will 
dated i o February 1 74 J, proved at 
Lewes 16 June 1753. She married 
istly . . . Taunton. 2nd wife. 



William Pellatt of John Court of^^Elizabeth, bapt. at Southover Thomas Pellatt, bapt. 

Tarring-Neville, CO. Lewes; living 21 18 August 1692 ; marriage at All Saints', Lewes, 

Sussex; died 30 May 1725. Will licence (Lewes) dated 14 Sep- 30 September 1694; 

May 1740, bur. at dated 27 June tember 1717. Will with three (?) bur. at Southover 

All Saints', Lewes. 1727, proved at codicils dated 3 July 173 1 to 15 2 September 1714. 

Lewes 29 Sep- November 1734, proved 5 Feb- 

tember 1727. ruary 173^ (P.C.C. 26 Ducie). 



Mill Pellatt, born 3 February 1760; died at Linden Grove, 
Netting Hill, London, in 1830, bur. at Kensington. 



Sarah Pellatt, born 4 March 
1761, died in July following. 



16 



Richard Payne of Lewes, co. Sussex,= 
esquire, M.P. for Lewes 9 May 1705 ; 
died 17 January, bur. 18 March 172I. 
Administration granted at Lewes 9 
October 1725, to Richard Payne, 
esquire, eldest son. /|\ 



Mary, bapt. at All Saints', Lewes, 17 July 1666; marr. 
at St. Anne's, Lewes, 24 January 169 J, marriage licence 
(Lewes) dated 23 December 1691 ; executrix to will of 
her aunt, Elizabeth Pellett, 2 February 169I; bur. at 
SS. Peter and Mary's, Lewes, 25 July 17 18. 



Philadelphia Pellatt, 
bapt. at All Saints', 
Lewes, 19 August 
1696; died 2 April 
1738, bur. at All 
Saints', Lewes. 



Apsley Pellatt of Leicester Fields, London, = 
apothecary ; born 1 5 October, bapt. at All 
Saints', Lewes, 23 October 1699 ; executor to 
will of his sister, Elizabeth Court, 5 February 
173I. Will dated i March i74y, proved 
6 March 174^ (P.C.C. 74 Spurway). 



Mary, executrix to her 
husband's will 6 March 
174". She married 
2ndly William Webb. 



Apsley Pellatt of St. John's=i=Sarah Meriton, dau. of 



Street, Clerkenwell, London ; 
born in 1736; died at Colebrook 
Row, Islington, co. Middlesex, 
20 December 1798, bur. at St. 
Mary's, Bermondsey, co. Surrey. 
Will dated 9 March 1798, 
proved 5 January 1799 (P.C.C. 
59 Howe). 



Thomas Meriton of 
Dockhead, Bermondsey; 
marr. in March 1759; 
died at Colebrook Row, 
Islington, aged 60, 16 
December 1798, bur. at 
St. Mary's, Bermondsey. 



Mary Pellatt, men- 
tioned in her father's 
will I March \1i,\; 
living 14 April 1764. 



A daughter, 
born after i 
March i74f; 
died before 
29 September 
1742. 



Apsley Pellatt of St. Paul's Churchyard, London, and of The Friars,= 
Lewes; born 15 December 1763; executor to his father's will 
5 January 1799; died at Camberwell, co. Surrey, 21 January 1826, 
bur. in Bunhill Fields, London, in the vault of Obadiah Boot. 



=Mary Maberly, dau. 
of Stephen Maberly ; 
marr. at St. Andrew's, 
Holborn, London, 20 
March 1788 ; died at 
Camberwell, aged 54, 
14 December 1822, 
bur. in Bunhill Fields, 
London, in the same 
vault as her husband. 



/K 



(^For issue see " Visitation of England and 
Wales;' Vol. IX., page 161.) 



17 



Mill Pellatt of Brighton, co. Sussex; born 28 October, bapt. 
at All Saints', Lewes, co. Sussex, 13 November 1702. Will 
dated 14 April 1764, proved 30 May 1764 (P.C.C. 194 Simpson). 



John Pellatt, bom 28 July, 
bapt. at All Saints', Lewes, 
14 August 1705 ; living 
4 April 1764. 



Elizabeth Meriton,= 
dau. of Henry Meri- 
ton of Clerkenwell, 
London ; marr. 13 
March 1793 ; died 
at Peckham, co. Sur- 
rey, 1 7 September 
1804. I St wife. 



=Thomas Pellatt of Gray's Inn,= 
London, attorney; born i November 
1765; executor to his father's will 
5 January 1799; clerk to the Iron- 
mongers' Company 1803; died at 
Clapham Common, co. Surrey, 18 
December, bur. at St. Paul's, 
Clapham, 24 December 1829. 



=Mary Baring, dau. of Charles Baring 
of Courtland, co. Devon, by Margaret 
his wife, dau. and heir of William 
Drake Gould of Lew Trenchard, co. 
Devon {see Vol. j, page 64) ; born 
9 July, bapt. 12 July 1772; marr. 
in June 181 5. She married istly 
Hugh Campbell Mair. 2nd wife. 



Pellet Family. 

This indenture made the XXHI day of Decembre the secunde yere of the 
reign of Kyng Richard the thirde [1484] bitwene Elizabeth Abbesse of the 
monastry of Seynt Savyour and Seynt Marie the Virgyn and Birgitte of Syon 
of the order of Seynt Austyn called Seynt Savyour in the counte of Middlesex 
And the convent of the same place of that one partie And William Pellet of 
Stenyng in the counte of Sussex yoman of that other partie Witnessith that the 
said Abbesse and convent have graunted dimised and by thies presentes to 
ferme leten to the said William their maner of Charleton beside Stenyng 
foresaid with all the londes medowes lesues and pastures to the same maner 
belongyng And the tithe sheff of the parsonage of Stenyng foresaid with certen 
custume silver to the foresaid maner perteynyng callid Revesilver Watelsilver 
and Werkesilver of the tenantes of Charleton Witliiam Wygenholt and Shorpfeld 
comyng and growyng Excepte and reserved alway to the said Abbesse and 
Convent and to their successours the presentacion of the Vicar of the churche 
of Stenyng aforesaid when and as often as hit shall fall and be voyd by the 
said terme To have and holde the said maner and all the foresaid londes 
medowes lesues pastures and tithe sheff with custume silver of the tenantes as 
is afore rehercyd to the foresaid William Pellet and his assignees from the 
Feste of Seynt Michell tharchangell last past afore the date of thies presentes 
unto the ende and terme of VH yeres then next folowing and fully to be 
complette in like forme as William Pellet fader to the foresaid William Pellet 
sumtyme the same ferme helde and occupied yeldyng therfore yerely duryng 



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the said terme to the foresaid Abbesse and Convent and to their successours Pellatt. 

or to their certen attorney xxx''^ of lawfull money of Englonde atte II termes [Vol. 9, p. i5i.] 

of the yere that is to say Ester and Michelmasse by evyn porcions. And yf 

hit happen the saide ferme of xxx'"= to be behynde in part or in all not paid 

after any terme of payment thereof afore lymyted by II monethes then hit shalbe 

lawfull to the said Abbesse and Convent and to their successours or their 

certen attorney into the said maner and all the foresaid londes medowes lesues 

pastures tith sheff and other premises above reherced and into every parcell 

thereof to reentre And hit and every parcell thereof to have agen reteyn possede 

and enjoie And the said William Pellet from hit utterly to expell and ammove 

this endenture in eny thyng not withstondyng And to all and every of which 

paymentes and covenantes above specified on the parte of the said William 

Pellet wele and trewly to be holden fulfilled kept and perfourmed the same 

William byndeth hym self his heirs and executours to the said Abbesse and 

Convent and to their successours in xl''= of lawfull money of Englonde by 

thies presentes. In witnesse whereof to the one party of this endenture with 

the said William Pellet remaynyng the foresaid Abbesse and Convent have sette 

their comen scale And to the other parte of this same endenture with the 

foresaid Abbesse and convent remaynyng the said William Pellet hath sett his 

scale. Geven in the chaptre house of the said monastery the day and yere 

abovesaid. 

Endorsed : " Charleton. Endente"^ of Will^m Pellet of the maner of Charleton 
for terme of VII yere dat anno sedo Rici tercii expiraf Woyde." 

From the original in the Public Record Office 
Ancient Deeds, D. 1108. 



Indenture made 27 April, 5 Eliz: (1563), between Richard Pellet of Charlton 
in the Parish of Steaninge, co. Sussex, gent., and Richard Bonde of Steaninge, 
husbandman. 

Lease for 800 years of 10 acres of land and pasture and three closes 
comprising 14 acres, known as "Burgage Bartletts," and held by Richard Boade 
of Richard Pellet as of his Manor of Charlton, co. Sussex, by copy of Court 
Roll at an annual rent of i'' with heriot of 12'' and relief 12''. 

Signature of Rychard Pellet. 



"TP^-xa^ 9«j: 



iftf 



Witnesses : Roger Mychell, Thomas Comber, John Comber, Rob' Hampton 

and Walter Chatfield. 

From the orii^inal in the possession of Mr. Maberly 
Phillips] F.S.A.—F.A.C. 



19 



Clippingdale. 

[Vol. 9, p. 169.] 




Pedigree of Clippingdale. 



Mary Sulk,= 
marr. at St. 
James', Duke 
Place, Lon- 
don, 4 De- 
cember 1692. 
I St wife. 



=Toseph Clippingdale of= 
Bell Wharf, Shadwell, 
CO. Middlesex (son of 
Thomas Clippingdale of 
Stepney, co. Middlesex, 
by Susan his wife) ; bapt. 
at Stepney 12 February 
i66f ; apprenticed to the 
Watermen's Company 29 
December 1680; bur. at 
Shadwell 2 7 October 1723. 



Mary Clippingdale, born 16 June, bapt. 
at Shadwell 24 June 1694, bur. there 
I May following. 



=Frances Shott, 
marr. at Shad- 
well 17 De- 
cember 169s, 
bur. at Shadwell 
29 March 1724. 
2nd wife. 



Susanna Clippingdale, 
born 30 November, 
bapt. at Shadwell 13 
December 1696; bur. 
there 5 August 1769. 



Joseph Clippingdale, bom 19 
March, bapt. at Shadwell 20 
March 169!^ ; apprenticed to 
the Watermen's Company 1 8 June 
1714. 



William Clipping-= 
dale, born 9 Oc- 
tober, bapt. at 
Shadwell 1 5 Octo- 
ber 1699. 



=Ann Ledgett of 
Shadwell ; marr. 
at Shadwell 29 
April 1723. 



Elizabeth, born John Clippingdale of Bell Wharf, Shadwell ; born and=j=Mary, bur. at 

1 7 March, bapt. bapt. at Shadwell 18 August 1702; apprenticed to the 1 Shadwell i7jan- 

at Shadwell 18 Watermen's Company 17 July 17 19, Freeman 3 March uary 1757. 

March 170^. (?) 1735- ; bur. at Shadwell 28 April 1745. 



John Clippingdale= 
of Shadwell ; born 
2 October, bapt. at 
Shadwell 23 October 
1730 ; apprenticed 
to the Watermen's 
Company 1 8 Novem- 
ber 1 748, Freeman 
19 December 1755 ; 
died 20 December 
1808, bur. in the 
HonW' East India 
Co.'sGraveyard (now 
St. Matthias'), Pop- 
lar, CO. Middlesex. 
M.I. 



'Eleanor Dodd 
of Swallwell, co. 
Durham ; marr. 
at Shadwell 
27 May 1759; 
died, aged 81, 
3 May 18 16, 
bur. at Poplar. 
M.I. 



Thomas Clippingdale of Shadwell,=j=Mary Stretton, 
pilot to the Hon'''^ East India Co. ; died, aged 86, 
born 26 July, bapt. at Shadwell 15 3 May 181 7, 
August 1736; apprenticed to the bur. at Poplar. 
Watermen's Company i December M.I. 
1752, Freeman 14 October 1757; 
licenced pilot of Trinity House 27 
July 1763; died 4 July 1815, bur. at 
Poplar. M.I. 



Richard Clippingdale, born 
8 September, bapt. at 
Shadwell i o September 
1 76 1, bur. there 4 February 
following. 



Mary Clippingdale, 
born 24 February, 
bapt. at Shadwell 
27 February 1763 ; 
died young. 



Mary Clippingdale, born 2 
March, bapt. at Shadwell 
23 March 1760, bur. there 
23 September following. 



I 
Elizabeth Clippingdale, born 
10 July, bapt. at Shadwell 
15 July 1 761, bur. there 
I January 1763. 



John Rowe of St.^Hannah, born 
George's Place, 16 March, bapt. 
Shadwell, ship- at Shadwell 27 
owner. March 1763. 



Mary Clippingdale, born 
27 November, bapt. at 
Shadwell, co. Middle- 
sex, 28 November 1 703, 
bur. there 23 August 
following. 



Thomas Clippingdale, 
born 6 February, bapt. 
at Shadwell 7 Feb- 
ruary i7o|. 



George Clippingdale, 
bapt. at Shadwell 12 
May 1706; bur. there 
16 April 1712. 



Robert Clippingdale, 
born 28 April, bapt. 
at Shadwell 7 May 
1 7 10; bur. there 23 
December 171 1. 



Mary Clippingdale, 
born 5 April, bapt. 
at Shadwell 10 April 
1738; bur. there 24 
July 1769. 



Robert Clippingdale, born 24 
January, bapt. at Shadwell 
29 January 17^^; apprenticed 
to the Watermen's Company 
16 May 1755. 



George Clippingdale, born 19 January, 
bapt. at Shadwell 24 January 1 74^ ; 
apprenticed to the Watermen's Company 
12 May 1756; (?) bur. at Shadwell 
16 August 1763. 



John Bull of=Ehzabeth, born 5 May, Susanna, born 

Stepney, co. bapt. at Shadwell 8 1 1 May, bapt. 

Middlesex. May 1764; marr. at at Shadwell 14 

Stepney 25 November May 1766. 

1788. 



Anne, born 5 
November, bapt. 
at Shadwell 8 
November 1767. 



Thomas Clippingdale, 
born 4 October, bapt. 
at Shadwell 12 Octo- 
ber 1769; bur. there 
II May 1772. 



John Clipping- 
dale, born 6 
March, bapt. at 
Shadwell 10 
March 1765; 
bur. there 29 
November 1 767. 



Charles Clipping- 
dale, born 1 3 
January, bapt. at 
Shadwell 25 Jan- 
uary 1767, bur. 
there in November 
following. 



Mary Clipping- 
dale, born 5 
March, bapt. at 
Shadwell 26 
March 1 769 ; 
bur. there (?) 20 
August 1775. 



Benjamin King of= 
Limehouse, co. 
Middlesex, son of 
Benjamin King 
of Limehouse. 



=EIeanor Phillips, 
bom 7 April, bapt. 
at Shadwell 28 
April 1 771; marr. at 
Limehouse 24 Sep- 
tember 1792. 



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Richard Clippingdale, born 30 December 1770, bapt. at 
Shad well, co. Middlesex, 8 January 1771 ; bur. there 11 
April 1795. 



Mary, born 1 1 February, 
bapt. at Shadwell 18 February 
1772. 



Thomas Clippingdale, born 15 December 1773, 
bapt. at Shadwell 10 January 1774; (?) bur. 
there 16 January 1774. 



. . Jenkins,=Sarah. 
stockbroker. 



Charles Clippingdale, 
died at sea. 



Lucy Ann King,=i= 
dau. of Benjamin 
King of Lime- 
house, CO. Middle- 
sex ; bapt. at St. 
Anne's, Limehouse, 
aged 27 days, 3 
January 1 7 7 7 ; marr. 
there 23 May 1799; 
died 25 March 
1829, bur. in the 
family vault at Pop- 
lar, CO. Middlesex. 
M.L ist wife. 



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John Clippingdale of Blackwall Causeway, co.= 
Middlesex; bapt. at Shadwell, aged 28 days, 
6 February 1774; educated at Poplar and apprenticed 
to his father at Watermen's Hall, London, 30 October 
1 788; Freeman of the Watermen's Company 4 May 
1797; Pilot to the Hon'''= East India Co.; died 
2 April 1S35, bur. in a vault which he had built in 
the grounds of the Hon'''' East India Co.'s chapel 
(now St. Matthias'), Poplar. Will dated 17 March 
1835, proved 22 April 1835, by Joseph John Smith, 
George Hammond and John Williams Abbott, the 
executors (P.C.C. 222 Gloster). 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and 
Wales," Vol. IX., page i6g.) 



=Ann Randall, dau. 
of Richard Randall 
of Poplar ; marr. at 
All Saints', Poplar, 
12 May 1829; died 
s.p., aged 74, bur. 
at All Saints', Poplar, 
5 July 1856. Ad- 
ministration granted 
20 September 1856, 
to Richard Randall, 
brother (P.C.C.) 
2nd wife. 



Clippingdale Wills from Lincoln Probate Registry. 



" I Peter Clippingdale of Butterwicke in the pties of HoUande and in the 
Countie of Lincoln husbandman " — to be buried in Butterwick Churchyard ; to 
the repair of Butterwick Church vi'' ; to the poor of Butterwick iv'' ; to wife 
Agnes two kine, one bed fully furnished, all the linen at the weavers etc ; to 
my sister CoUett Hudson xii'' ; to son Richard at 21, viii' ; to my daughter 
Elizabeth at 21, xiii' vi* viii''; to daughters Frances and Susan the residue of 
my goods at age of 2 1 ; if my wife be with child and it fortune to live, the 
child to have v' at 21 ; I make William Sibsee and John Cryme executors of 
this will and give to either of them x^ (Dated) 9 June 1598. 

Witnesses : John Pinchbeck, sen'' ; Peter Pishe with others. 

Proved at Boston 17 June 1598 by the said executors. 



"I Thomas Clippindale of Hoggestroope in the County of Lincoln, Clippingdale. 
yeoman " — to be buried within the parish church of Hogsthorpe ; to the [Vol. 9, p. 169.] 
mother church of Lincoln xii''; to the poor of Hogsthorpe xx^; to daughter 
Elizabeth at age of 21 forty pounds; to daughters Mary Clippindale and Judith 
Clippindale at age of 21 fifty pounds; to my daughter Anne Beestone x^ and 
to her daughter Helen Beestone x= ; to my daughter Amy Paule x' and to 
her daughter x= ; to my sister Elizabeth Wilkinson xx^ ; to my brother Raphe 
Clippindale x^ ; to my son John Clippindale x' ; residue to my wife Mary and 
son Thomas Clippindale, my executors ; supervisor my brother Nicholas Wilkyson 
to whom I give xx=* ; to Thomas Sycke v^ ; John Osmotherley, clerk, x= ; sister 
Anne Justus x^ All my lands in Hogsthorpe, Slack Holme and Mumby to 
wife Mary and son Thomas, but to remain in the hands of my brother 
Edmund Shyttleworthe of Lincoln, gent., Godfray Carrington of Haysthorpe 
and Nicholas Wilkyson of Mumby till my will is fulfilled. Dated 30 June 1608. 

Witnesses : Thomas Sycke, John Hairebie, Nicholas Wilkysonn, Rob' Paule. 

Proved at Lincoln 7 June 1609, by Mary Clippindale, relict. 



" I John Clippingdale of Ingolmells in the countie of Lincoln, Clerke " 
— to be buried in Ingoldmells Chancel ; to the Cathedral Church of Lincoln 
xii''; to the poor of Ingoldmells xx^; to the poor of Addlethorpe x^; to Edward 
Bradwin my best hog ; residue to my wife Anne Clippingdale, or if she be 
with child, to my wife and the said child at 21 equally, and I make her sole 
executrix. (Dated) 24 September 1617. 

Witnesses : Humfrey Garrard, cler., John Rayfe, Robert Lyll. 

Proved at Lincoln 30 October 161 7, by said executrix. 



"I Richard Clependale of Skerbecke in the County of Lincoln, laborer" 
— to be buried in Skirbeck Churchyard ; to my daughter Winifred thirty 
shillings and a silver ring at the age of sixteen ; to my sons Richard and 
Robert thirty shillings each at 21; residue to my wife Anne ; executor my 
youngest son Robert. (Dated) 31 May 1624. 

Witnesses : Matthew Drope, William Starke. 

Debts owing by testator— Robert Angell xx* viii<* John Mowberry ii^ Susan 
Clependale iiii' x^ 

Proved at Boston 24 September 1624. 

/ am indebted to D' Samuel Dodd Clippingdale 
for the above abstracts of ivills of this very 
rare surname caletidared as Chippingdale. 
— F.A.C. 



23 



D'Arcy. 

[Vol. 9, p. 175.] 



Pedigree of D'Arcy. 



James D'Arcy of Galway, merchant (son of=f=Elizabeth Martin, dau. of Richard Martin 



Nicholas D'Arcy, by Mary his wife, dau. of 
Blake); a Bailiff of Galway 1578, Mayor of 
Galway 1602-1603; died in 1603, bur. in the 
Franciscan Abbey, Galway. Will dated 12 
June 1603, proved 12 November 1603 (Prerog: 
Court, Ireland). 



of Galway ; executrix to her husband's will 
12 November 1603 ; administratrix to 
Mark D'Arcy 10 June 1627 ; living 3 Feb- 
ruary 1632 (Chancery Bill, No. 9784). She 
married 2ndly Sir Henry Lynch of Galway, 
I St baronet. 



Nicholas D'Arcy of Galway,=i=Margaret 



esquire ; named executor to 
his father's will 12 June 1603; 
Mayor of Galway 29 Sep- 
tember 1 614; died about 
January 162I (Chancery Bill, 
No. 9784). Inq. p. m. taken 
at St. Francis Abbey in 1626. 



Lynch. 



Martin D'Arcy of Galway ;= 
Sheriff of co. Galway 1635; 
died in the " Star Chamber " 
Prison, Dublin, 3 June 1636. 
Will dated 3 June 1636, 
proved 23 June 1636 (Prerog: 
Court, Ireland). /f^ 



=Christick Martin, dau. 
of Richard Martin, 
Alderman of Galway ; 
executrix to her hus- 
band's will 23 June 
1636. 



A 



D'Arcy of New Forest. 



James D'Arcy of Lisbon, =j=Mary Skerrett. 
Portugal ; Mayor of Gal- 
way 1619. 



Anthony D'Arcy=j=. 
of Galway; Bailiff 



1610. 



. . Brown, dau. of 
Robert Brown. 



A 



I 

Mary Browne,=j=John D'Arcy of Kinlogh, in Shruel, co.=j=Anastace Blake, dau. of Walter 



dau. and heir of 
James Browne. 
I St wife. 



Mayo, esquire ; bur. in St. Francis 
Abbey, Galway. Will dated 17 Feb- 
ruary 168^, proved at Tuam 12 July 
1682. 



Blake of Dunmacrina, co. Mayo ; 
executrix to her husband's will 12 
July 1682. 2nd wife. 



I 

Patrick D'Arcy of Gorteen,= 

CO. Mayo ; named executor 

to his father's will 17 Feb- 
ruary 168°; living 23 March 

i7of ; died before 15 April 
'734- 



=Margery French, dau. of 
Nicholas French of Abbert, 
CO. Galway ; niarr. before 
17 February 168". 



Edward French, named=Bridget. 
executor to will of John 
D'Arcy 1 7 February 
168?. 



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Mark D'Arcy=j= 
(?) of Gal way, 
merchant. Ad- 
ministration was 
granted lo June 
1627. 



Andrew D'Arcy,= 
Alderman of 

Galway ; Bailiff 
of Galway 1620 ; 
living 1643. 



Patrick D'Arcy of Kiltulla, co.= 
Galway ; born at Galway in 
1598; Counsellor-at-Law ; M.P. 
forMountown 26 June 1634; died 
in Dublin in 1668, bur. at Kil- 
connel, co. Galway. Will dated 
13 June 1668, proved 30 June 
1673 (Prerog : Court, Ireland). 
(See " Dictionary of National 
Biography;' Vol. XIV., page 46.) 



=Mary French, 
dau. and co- 
heir of Sir 
Peter French 
of Galway. 



Stephen D'Arcy of Bally-= 
bocock, in Shruel, co. 
Mayo, gent. Will dated 
9 November 1679, proved 
at Tuam 



=Mary French, dau. of 
Robert French of Monivea, 
CO. Galway; named execu- 
trix to her husband's will 
9 November 1679. 



A 



Matthew=j= 
D'Arcy. 



A\ 



Mark D'Arcy. 



James D'Arcy, Cap- 
tain in James II. 's 
Army; killed at the 
siege of Athlone. 



Frances D'Arcy, dau. of James=f=Francis D'Arcy,=j=Lynch Lynch, dau. 



D'Arcy of Kiltullagh, co. Galway 
(only son of Patrick D'Arcy) ; 
marr. after 17 February i68j. 
She married istly Captain Ulick 
Burke, ist wife. 



Lieutenant m 
James XL's Army. 



A 



of Maurice Lynch 
of Ballycorren, co. 
Galway. 2nd wife. 



A 



John D'Arcy of Gorteen,= 
CO. Mayo, esquire ; died 
27 October 1747, bur. 
in St. Francis Abbey, 
Galway. Will dated 8 
January 174^, proved at 
Tuam in i 748. 



=Anastace Daly, dau. of 
Charles Daly of Cloghan, 
King's County, esquire ; 
marriage settlements dated 
23 M^rch i7of ; executrix to 
her husband's will in 1748. 
Will dated 10 July 1766, 
proved 18 March 1775 
(Prerog: Court, Ireland). 



Nicholas D'Arcy,= 
Counsellor-at-Law ; 
(?)Will dated 3 Jan- 
uary 174I, proved 
16 January 1745 
(Prerog : Court, 
Ireland). 



=Mary Kirwan, 
executrix to her 
husband's will 
i6Januaryi74f. 
(?) Administra- 
tion granted at 
Dublin in 1757. 



Patrick D'Arcy of Gorteen ; born in 1 706 ;=Catherine French, only dau. and heir of Martin 
aged 21 before 28 November 1727; died French of Montserrat, West Indies, merchant, by 
before 29 December 1781, bur. in the Margaret his wife; marriage settlements dated 
Abbey of Ross. 9 July 1726. 



25 



Sir Dominick Browne of Carrow Browne, co. Galway,=i=Anastace, un- 
knight ; Mayor of Galway 163A; knighted by Sir Thomas married 12 
Wentworth, Lord Deputy, 11 August 1635; died in 1656. June 1603. 
Will proved at Tuam in 1669. /(\ 

Browne, Baron Oranmore 
and Browne. 



Magin, mentioned 
in her father's will 
12 June 1603. 



James D'Arcy of Kiltulla, co. Galway ;= 
died in 1692. Administration was 
granted 25 February 169I (Prerog: 
Court, Ireland). 



^Frances Trusnott. 



Hamilton. 



=Clara, mentioned 
in her father's will 
13 June 1668. 



A 



Dominick Blake of Fartagar= 
(Castle Grove), co. Galway ; 
living in 1716. 



A 



=Jane. Maurice Blake of Bally- = 

nafad, co. Mayo ; died 
circa 1683. 



=Anastace, marr. before 
17 February i68y. 



A 



Sibby, not 18, 
1 7 February 
168^. 



Mary, not 18, 
1 7 February 
168^. 



Captain Hyacinth D'Arcy (only son=j=Catherine, not 18, 



of Captain James D'Arcy) ; born in 
1665 ; administrator to his father 25 
February 169I; living 22 June 1733; 
died before 30 July 1743 



17 February i68j ; 
died in 1750. 



{See next page.) 



T" 


1 

imes 


1 
Walter 


1 
Peter Blake of Corbally,=rMary. 


Martin Browne= 


1 
=Anastace. 


D 


Arcy. 


D'Arcy. 


CO. 


Galway ; 


admitted 




of 


Killskeagh, 










to 


the Middle 


Temple 




CO. 


Galway. 










29 


April 1721 , 


died 27 










F 






June 1753. 


/ 


k 






F 



Charles D'Arcy, M.D. ; mentioned in his father's will 8 January 174^ 
dated 12 February 1752, proved at Tuam 12 June 1752. 



died in 1752. Will 



26 



Hyacinth D'Arcy of Kiltulla,= 
CO. Galway ; born in 1665; 
administrator to his father 
25 February 169I; living 
22 June 1733; died before 
30 July 1743. 



Catharine D'Arcy, dau. 
of John D'Arcy of 
Gorteen, co. Mayo {see 
previous page) ; not 1 8 
17 February 168°; died 
in 1750. 



Anne. Frances. Bridget. Clare. 



Patrick D'Arcy of Kiltulla, esquire ; mentioned in wills of his=Anne Blake, dau. of Walter 
brothers Hyacinth 30 July 1743, and Martin 16 May 1765. Blake of Oranmore, co. 
Will dated 27 March 1771, proved 17 June 1775 (Prerog: Court, Galway; died before 27 
Ireland). March 1771. 



Francis D'Arcy of Baymore,= 
CO. Meath, and of Loftus Hill, 
CO. Dublin, esquire ; men- 
tioned in his mother's will 10 
July 1766; administrator to 
his brother Nicholas 9 April 
1780. Will dated 26 April 
1771, proved 7 June 1783 
(Prerog: Court, Ireland). 



=Lucy Kno.x, dau. of William 
Knox of St. Mary's Abbey, 
Dublin, by Mary his wife, 
dau. of Henry Osborne of 
Dardistown, co. Meath ; 
marriage licence (Dublin) 
dated 1763; executrix to 
her husband's will 7 June 
1783- 



Nicholas D'Arcy of=j=. 
Gorteen, esquire ; 
mentioned in his 
mother's will i o 
July 1766. Admin- 
istration granted at 
Tuam 9 April 1780. 

A 



died before 
9 April 1 7 80. 



William D'Arcy of Graves-^ 
end, CO. Kent, formerly of 
Gorteen, co. Mayo ; born 
at Gorteen in 1780; Lieu- 
tenant 1 3th Light Dragoons 
and afterwards Lieutenant 
on the retired full-pay list 
of the I St Royal Veteran 
Battahon ; died, aged 62, 
6 August, bur. in the 
churchyard at Milton-next- 
Gravesend, co. Kent, 10 
August 1842. Will dated 
23 March 1840, with codicil 
dated 19 March 1842, 
proved 8 September 1842, 
by William Frances D'Arcy, 
son, one of the executors 
(P.C.C. 601, 42). 



=MaryBartlett, 3rd dau. Mary, men- Lucy, men- Eleanor, men- 
of Nicholas Adams tioned in tioned in tioned in her 
Bartlett of Mudge's her father's her father's father's will 26 
Place, Marldon, co. will 26 April will 26 April April 177 1. 
Devon, one of the 1771. i77i- 

Commissioners of 
Taxes, by Joan his 
wife, dau. and heir of 
John Moysey of Er- 
mington, co. Devon 
{see "Visitation of Eng- 
land and IVa/es," Vol. 
/., page 66) ; bapt. at 
Marldon 17 January 
1779; marr. at Mod- 
bury, CO. Devon, 18 
January 1810 ; bur. 
at Newton Abbot 20 
January 1866. 



A\ 



{For issue see "Visitation of England and 
Wales," Vol. IX., page 175.) 



27 



John D'Arcy of=j=Jane Lynch, dau. Jane Martin,=j=James D'Arcy,=j=Mary Shee, dau. 



Kiltulla, co.Galway; 
mentioned in will 
of his brother 
Hyacinth 30 July 
1743; died before 
1761. 



of Sir Robert 
Lynch, baronet ; 
Will dated 1761, 
proved in Dublin. 



dau. of Richard 
Martin of Dan- 
gan, CO. Galway. 
1st wife. 



executor to will 
of his brother 
Hyacinth 26 
October 1743. 



A 



of Matthew Shee 
of Nantz. 2nd 
wife. 



A 



Hyacinth=Frances O'Brien, 
D'Arcy. dau. of Henry 
O'Brien of Stone 
Hall, CO. Clare ; 
marriage licence 
(Dublin) dated 
1 740. Adminis- 
tration granted 
in 1754. 



John D'Arcy= 
of Kiltulla ; 
living 17 June 
1775- 



=Catherine Lynch, 
dau. of Isidore 
Lynch of Drum- 
cong Castle, co. 
Galway ; married 
in 1752. 



I 
Patrick D'Arcy,=Jane D'Arcy, 
Count D'Arcy marr.ini777. 
{see next page). She married 
2ndly Mat- 
thew Talbot. 



I. 
Mary Blake, dau.=Hyacinth D'Arcy of Kiltulla. =j=Julia Lynch, dau. of Mark Lynch of Barna, 



of F. Blake of 
Rahara, co. Ros 
common, istwife 



Administration 
1794 



granted in 



CO. Galway; marr. in 1784. Administration 
granted in 1794. 2nd wife. 



Frances Blake, dau. of^John D'Arcy of=j=Louisa Bagot Sneyd, 



Andrew Blake of Castle 
Grove, CO. Galway ; marr. 
4 June 1804; died 15 
April 1815. ist wife. 



Kiltulla ; born 
26 November 
1785- 



A 



A 



dau. 
Sneyd ; 
March 
wife. 



of Walter 

married 3 

1821. 2nd 



Mark 
D'Arcy. 



A daughter. 



Marcella D'Arcy, 
living 28 May 
1748. 



Dominick Browne=i=Anne, married 



of Breafield, co. 
Mayo. Will proved 
in 1777 (Prerog : 
Court, Ireland). 



A 



before 28 May 
1748 ; living 
10 July 1766. 



Walter D'Arcy of=Anastace, marr. 
Dublin, merchant before 28 May 
(son of Hyacinth 1748; living 10 
D'Arcy of Kiltulla, July 1766. 
see next page) ; 
living 16 May 1765. 



28 



Martin D'Arcy of= 
Paris; mentioned in 
will of his brother 
Hyacinth 30 July 
1743. Will dated 16 
May 1765, proved 
2 July 1765 (Prerog: 
Court, Ireland). 



=Mary D'Arcy, 
dau. of Tho- 
mas D'Arcy of 
Brest, France ; 
marr. in 1752 ; 
died before 16 
May 1765. 



Hyacinth D'Arcy 
of Cloonbanane, 
CO. Mayo, gent. 
Will dated 30 
July 1 743, proved 
26 October 1743 
(Prerog : Court, 
Ireland). 



Stephen D'Arcy=j=Anne French, 



of Eyrescourt, co. 
Galway ; died 

before 16 May 
1765. Will dated 
16 March 1765, 
proved 25 June 
1765 (Prerog: 
Court, Ireland). 



executrix to 
wills of her 
husband 25 
June 1765, and 
her brother-in- 
law, Martin 
D'Arcy, 2 July 
1765- 



A 



Francis D'Arcy. Sylvester D'Arcy. 



Walter D'Arcy of Dublin,^Anastace D'Arcy, dau. of 
merchant; living 16 May John D'Arcy of Gorteen, co. 
1765. Mayo (see previous page); 

marr. before 28 May 1748. 



Anastace, married 
Denis Daly. 



Frances, married R. 
French of Duran, 
CO. Galway. 



Catharine D'Arcy, 
living 16 May 

1763- 



Patrick D'Arcy, Count D'Arcy; born in Galway 27 September 1725 ;=Jane.= 
educated in France; A.D.C. to Count Fitz-James in an Expedition 
to Scotland in 1 746 ; Member of the French Academy of Sciences 
1749 ; commanded the regiment of Cond^ at Rosbach 5 November 
i757> Marechal-de-Camp 1770; died in Paris 18 October 1779. 
{See '■^Dictionary of National Biography" Vol. XIV., page 46.) 
I St husband. 



=Matthew Talbot, 
2nd husband. 



Margaret D'Arcy of Galway ; 
executrix to wills of her 
mother 18 March 1775, and 
of her sister Mary 8 May 
1784 ; living in 1786. 



Catherine D'Arcy of 
Galway ; executrix to 
her mother's will 18 
March 1775 ; living 
8 May 1784 ; died 
before 1786. 



Mary D'Arcy of Galway ; executrix to 
will of her brother Charles 12 June 
1752. Will dated 29 December 1781, 
proved 8 May 1784 (Prerog: Court, 
Ireland). 



29 



Waller. 

[Vol. 9, p. 177.] 



Pedigree of IValler. 



Jephtha Waller of Ramsholt,= 
CO. Suffolk, yeoman. Will 
dated 13 December 1748, 
proved at Ipswich. 



William \Valler,=j=Mary, died, 



executor to his 
father's will ; died, 
aged S3, 24 June 
1750, bur. at 
Ramsholt. 



aged 36, in 
1744, bur. at 
Ramsholt. 



George Waller of Sutton, co.=Lydia Wheyman. She 
Suffolk, gent. Will dated 30 married 2ndly at Martle- 
January 1765, proved at Ips- sham, co. Suffolk, 30 
wich 18 August 1765, and in December 1769, Robert 
London 31 August 1768 (P.C.C. Butcher of Martlesham, 
335 Seeker). husbandman. 



Jephtha Waller of Ramsholt ; executor to will of his uncle, George Waller,=j=Sarah Everitt. 
18 August 1765; died at Shottisham, co. Suffolk, aged 41, 3 September 
1 781, bur. at Ramsholt. 



Sarah Waller, died, Jephtha Waller of Hollesley, co.=i=Mary Anne Smith, dau. of William 



aged 14, 30 De- Suffolk, gent ; bapt. at Shottisham 
cember 1779, bur. 8 December 1769; died 15 April 
at Ramsholt. 1835. 



Smith of Helmingham, co. Suffolk ; 
marriage licence (Ipswich) dated 22 
November i 799. 



Jephtha Waller, died, 
aged 18, 4 December 
1819. 



Rev. Richard Cobbold, Rector of Wortham, co.=f=Mary Anne, 
Suffolk; born at Ipswich in 1797; educated at Bury marr. at Hol- 
St. Edmunds and at Caius College, Cambridge, lesley 27 No- 
admitted Pensioner 28 June 1814, aged 18, Scholar vember 1822. 
1816-23, B.A. 1820, M.A. 1823; Rector of Wortham 
1826 until his death, Rural Dean of Hartismere, 
CO. Suffolk, 1844-69; author of "History of Margaret 
Catchpole," and other works ; died at the Rectory, 
Wortham, aged 79, 5 January 1877. {See ^^ Dictionary 
of National Biography" Vol. XI., page 147.) /K 



George Waller of Saxtead, 
CO. Suffolk ; bapt. at Sut- 
ton 20 June 1759; died, 
aged 75, 18 December 
1834, bur. at Saxtead. 



Nathaniel Bennington of Boyton,=Mary, died 18 William Waller, 

CO. Suffolk, yeoman; died, aged August 1781. bapt. at Sutton 

40, I August 1 791. He married isl wife. 22 August 1762; 

2ndly Jenny Till. died in 1784. 



30 



Thomas Neale.=j=Mary. 



Thomas Hawkins of= 
Woodbridge, co. Suffolk, 
mariner. 



I 
■Elizabeth, marriage Hcence (Ipswich) 

dated 15 August 1734. 



A 



Mary Neale, marriage= 
Hcence (Ipswich) 

dated 2 1 September 
1758 ; died at Trim- 
ley, CO. Suffolk, aged 
34, 5 September 1 769. 
I St wife. 



=William Waller of=Mary, marriage licence 
Sutton, CO. Suffolk ; (Ipswich) dated 14 Sep- 
tember 1 771; bur. at 
Sutton II March 1773. 
Will dated 15 January 
1773, proved at Ipswich 
28 May 1773. She mar- 
ried istly . . . Edwards. 
2nd wife. 



executor to wills of 
his uncle, George 
Waller, 18 August 
1765, and his 2nd 
wife 28 May 1773 ; 
died23March 1805. 



William Everitt= 
of Trimley St. 
Mary. 



=Mary. 



A 



Thomas Waller of Sutton ;= 
born 12 February, bapt. at 
Sutton 13 February 1764; 
died 15 October, bur. at 
Sutton 21 October 1836. 
M.I. 



=Mary Naunton, dau. of WiUiam Naunton of Seckford Hall, 
Great Dealings, co. Suffolk, by Elizabeth Ablett his wife ; bapt. 
at Great Bealings 12 July 1767 ; marr. at Alderton, co. Suffolk, 
17 February 1791, marriage licence (Ipswich) dated i6 February; 
died, aged 43, 6 May, bur. at Sutton 13 May 181 1. M.I. 



A 

{For issue see " Visitation of Etighind and Wales" 
Vol. IX., page 177.) 



James Edwards of Drydale Farm, Wantisden, co.=j=Anne, born 28 October Sally Waller, 



Suffolk, farmer (son of John Edwards of Dennington 
Hall, CO. Suffolk, by Anna his wife, dau. of John 
Grinling of Laxfield, co. Suffolk, see Vol. III., page 
87); born at Dennington 26 October 1758; died, 
aged 65, 4 April, bur. at Wantisden 9 April 1824. 
M.I. 



1767; marr. at Wan- bapt. at Sutton 
tisden 18 June 1793, 30 August, bur. 
marriage licence (Ips- there 19 Octo- 
wich) dated 12 June; ber 1769. 
died at Wickham 
Market, co. Suffolk, 1 7 
June 1850. 



A 



31 



FuUer-Eliott-Drake. 

[Vol. lO, p. I.] 



Pedigree of Drake. 



Mary Newman=Sir Francis Drake of Buckland, co. Devon, knight ;=Elizabeth Sydenham, 
of London ; apprenticed at an early age to a master mariner ; dau. and heir of Sir 
marr. at St. commanded the "Judith" in an expedition to the George Sydenham of 
J^udeaux, co. Spanish Main 1567-68, under Hawkins; sailed to the Combe Sydenham, 
Devon, 4 July \Vest Indies May 1572 to August 1573, and burnt co. Somerset; marr. 
1569; bur. at Portobello and sacked Venta Cruz; sailed round the before 10 February 
St. Budeaux 25 world in the "Golden Hind" 13 December 1577 to isSt, date of mar- 
January 1585. Se[)tember 1580; knighted by the Queen on board riage settlements, 
ist wife. the "Golden Hind" at Deptford 4 April 1581, and She married 2ndly 

received grant of arms and crest 21 June 1581 ; Mayor Sir William Cour- 
of Plymouth 1582 ; M.P. for Bossiney 28 October tenay of Powderham 
1584, and for Plymouth February 159I; commanded Castle, co. Devon, 
a naval expedition that captured San Domingo and 2nd wife. 
Cartagena September 1585 to July 1586; head of 
a mission to the Netherlands November 1586; com- 
missioned by the Queen he destroyed the Spanish shipping at Cadiz April 
to June 1587; second in command against the Armada and leader in the 
engagement off Gravelines 29 July 1588, in joint command of a raid on the 
Spanish coast April 1589 ; died off Portobello at the head of an expedition to 
the West Indies 28 January 1595. Will dated . . August 1595 and 27 January 
159!^, proved 17 May 1596 (P.C.C. i Drake). Inq. p. m. taken at Tavistock 
3 November 1596 (C Vol. 24J, No. 82). i^See '^Dictionary of National 
Biography," Vol. XV., page 426). Portrait {painted in 1^94 at the age 
of jj) by A. Janssen, another by Zuccaro, aftd Miniature by Isaak Oliver, 
in the possession of Sir Francis Fuller-Eliott-Drake, baronet. 



Thomas Drake of Buckland Drake, co. Devon, = 
esquire (youngest and sole surviving brother) ; 
aged 40 and more 3 November 1596; executor 
to will of his brother Sir Francis 17 May 1596; 
accompanied his brother in his voyage round the 
world 13 December 1577 to September 1580; died 
4 April 1606. Will dated 17 March 160^, proved 16 
May 1610 (P.C.C. 40 Wingfield). Inq. p. m. taken 
at Exeter 29 April 1606 (C. Vol. 2g2, No. 180). 



=Elizabeth Gregory of Plympton St. Mary, 
CO. Devon ; renounced probate of her 
husband's will 16 May 1610; died 18 
March 163^, bur. at Sheepstor, co. 
Devon. M.I. Will dated 3 May 163 1, 
proved 20 June 1632, by John Elford, 
grandson (P.C.C. 68 Audky). She 
married istly John Elford of Sheepstor. 



Jane Bampfield, dau. of Sir= 
Amyas Bampfield of Polti- 
more, co. Devon, knight, 
by Elizabeth his wife, dau. 
of Sir John Clifton of 
Barrington, co. Somerset, 
knight; marr. at Buckland 
Monachorum, co. Devon, 
22 September 1602, mar- 
riage settlements dated 20 
September ; bur. at Buck- 
land Monachorum 26 
February 1615. ist wife. 



=Sir Francis Drake of Buckland Drake,=j=Joan Strode, dau. of Sir 



baronet ; bapt. at Buckland Mona- 
chorum 16 .September 1588; of Exeter 
College, Oxford, matriculated 23 No- 
vember 1604; admitted to Lincoln's 
Inn 1606; executor to his fatlier's will 

16 May 16 to; created a baronet 2 
August 1622; M.P. for Plympton 24 
January i62f, and for Co. Devon 

17 March i62|^; Sheriff of co. Devon 
1632; died II March 163^. Adminis- 
tration granted 4 April 1637. Inq. 
p. m. taken at Okehampton 31 May 
1637 (C. Vol. 550, No. g6). 



Dorothy Drake, born 
in 161 1 ; died in 1616. 



William Strode of Newn- 
ham, CO. Devon, knight, 
by Mary his ist wife, dau. 
of Thomas Southcott of 
Bovey Tracey, co. I )evon ; 
marriage licence (Exeter) 
dated 5 October 1615; 
administratrix to her hus- 
band 14 April 1637. 
She married 2ndly John 
Trefusis of Trefusis, co. 
Cornwall. 2nd wife. 



32 



John Bampfield of Poltimore, co. Devon, esquire= 
(son and heir of Sir Amyas Bampfield of Pollirnore, 
knight); aged about 30 in 1620; M.P. for Tiverton 
20 December 1620, and for co. Devon March i62|^; 
Sheriff of CO. Devon 1634. 



A 



=Eh"zabeth, mentioned in will of her uncle, Sir 
I'rancis Drake, . . August 1595; marr. at 
Buckland Monachorum, co. Devon, 22 
September 1602, marriage setllement.s dated 
20 September; died before 3 May 1631. 



Elizeus Crymes of Crapstone, co. Devon (son and heir of William=i=Mary, bapt. at Buckland 
Crymes of Buckland Monachorum, esquire) ; bapt. at Ijuckland Monachorum 26 September 



Monachorum 18 February 161^^; M.P. for Bere Alston 13 January 
165^, and 13 April 1661 to January 167!; Lieut.-Colonel of 
Plymouth Garrison for the Parliament ; bur. at Buckland 
Mon;u;horum 17 March i6|^^' He married 2ndly Rebecca. ^ 



1616; marr. there 28 April 
1636; bur. there 27 Feb- 
ruary 165^, 



Francis Drake, 
bapt. at Buck- 
land Mona- 
chorum I May 
1642, and bur. 
there the same 
year. 

Mary Drake, 
bapt. at Buck- 
land Mona- 
chorum 7 May 
1643; buried 
there 3 1 Oc- 
tober 1647. 



Dorothy Bamp-= 
field, dau. of Sir 
John Bampfield, 
ist baronet, by 
(lertrude hiswife, 
dau. of Amyas 
Coplestone of 
Coplestone, co. 
Devon, esquire; 
marr. at Bere Fer- 
rers, CO. Devon, 
6 February i66|; 
bur. at Buckland 
Monachorum 30 
January i6|^J. ist 
wife. Portrait in 
the possession of 
Sir Francis Fiil- 
ler~Eliott-Drake, 
baronet. 



=Sir Francis Drake of Buckland,=Anne Boone, = 
baronet ; succeeded his uncle dau. and co- 
as 3rd baronet 6 June 1661 ; heir of Tho- 
of Exeter College, O-xford, mas Boone of 
matriculated 3 June 1663, Mount Boone, 
aged 16, created M.A. 28 Townstall, co. 
September 1663; Sheriff of co. Devon; mar- 
Devon 1662 ; M.P. for Tavis- riage licence 
tock 26 March 1673 to March (Exeter) dated 
1681, January i68| to October 21 October 
1695, and November 1696 to 1680, mar- 
December 1700; bur. at Meavy, riage settle- 
co. Devon, 15 January i7i|^. ments dated 
Will dated 26 August 1717, 26 Octo- 
with codicil dated 26 October ber ; buried 
1717, proved i March i7i|- at Buckland 
(P.C.C. 56 Tenison). Portrait Monachorum 
painted in 1666 at the age of 22 December 
/p, and another by Sir Peter 1685. 2nd 
Lely, in the possession of Sir wife. 
Francis J')tI/cr-Eiiott- Drake, 
baronet. 



=Elizabeth PoUex- 
fen, dau. of Sir 
Henry Pollexfen, 
Lord Chief Jus- 
tice of the Com- 
mon Pleas, by 
Mary his wife, 
dau. of George 
Duncombe of 
Shalford, co. Sur- 
rey ; marriage 
licence (Vicar- 
General) dated 
17 February i6|-^, 
then aged about 
20, marriage set- 
tlements dated 
same day; bur. at 
Meavy 25 March 
17 1 7. 3rd wife. 



Dorothy Drake, Henry Pollexfen of Nutwell Court, co. Devon,^^Gertrude, bapt. at Buckland 



bapt. at Buckland 
Monachorum i 
February 166^. 



esquire (son and heir of Sir Henry Pollexfen of 
Nutwell, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas) ; 
bur. at Woodbury, co. Devon, 2 March 173T. 
Will dated 10 March 170),, proved 5 April 1732 
(P.C.C. 114 Bedford). 



Monachorum 11 August 1669; 
marr. at Sampford Spiney, co. 
Devon, 21 l)ecember 1699 ; 
bur. at Buckland Monachorum 
28 January i72f. 



Margaret Drake, 
bapt. at Buckland 
Monachorum 19 
October 1672 ; 
bur. there 21 July 
1673- 



Henry Drake (son of John Drake of 
Ivybridge, co. Devon, see page jj) ; bapt. 
at Ermington, CO. Devon, in 1673; bur. 
at Lympstone, co. Devon, 4 May 1717. 
M.I. Will dated 7 July 17 16, proved at 
Exeter 4 October 1717. He married 
istly Grace. /\ 



'Frances, bapt. at Buckland Monachorum 
9 May 1674 ; marr. there 23 November 
1704; bur. at Lympstone 23 September 
1732. Will dated 26 August 1732, 
proved at Exeter 23 November 1749. 
2nd wife. 



33 



B 



Sir Francis Drake of Buckland,= 
CO. Devon, baronet ; bapt. at 
Buckland Monachorum 25 Sep- 
tember 1617 ; succeeded his 
father as 2nd baronet 1 1 March 
1 63S ; Colonel of the Plymouth 
Regiment of Horse for the Par- 
liament ; Sheriff of co. Devon 
1645; M.P. for Bere Alston 29 
June 1646, and for Newport 
13 April 1660 and 4 April 1661 : 
died 6 January', bur. at Buckland 
Monachorum 10 January i66i. 
Will dated 10 April 1661, proved 
9 April 1662 (P.C.C. 48 Laud). 
Portraits {one as a young man) 
in the possession of Sir Francis 
Fuller- Eliott-Drake, baronet. 



=Dorothy Pym, dau. of 
John Pym, the Parlia- 
mentarian Leader, by 
Anne his wife, dau. of 
John Hook of Bram- 
shot, CO. Hants; marr. 
at St. iMargaret's, 
Westminster, 18 Jan- 
uary 164^ ; bur. at 
Dunster, CO. Somerset, 
16 May 1 66 1. Ad- 
ministration granted 
May 1662. Portrait 
in the possession of 
Sir Francis Fuller- 
Eliott-Drake, baro?iet. 



Thomas Drake,= 
bapt. at Buck- 
land Mona- 
chorum 18 July 
1620 ; Major 
of Horse for 
the Parliament; 
died before 10 
April 1 66 1. 



=Susan Crymes, dau. 
of William Crymes of 
Buckland Monacho- 
rum, by Joan his wife, 
dau. of John Cople- 
stone of Coplestone, 
CO. Devon, esquire ; 
bapt. at Buckland 
Monachorum 20 July 
1613 ; marr. there 22 
July 1641 ; marriage 
settlements dated 2 1 
July ; living 1 5 March 
167^. Portrait in 
the possession of Sir 
Francis Fnller-Eliott- 
Drake, baronet. 



Dorothy Drake, bur. at 
Buckland Monachorum 29 
May 1649. 



Mary, living 15 
March i67f. 



Thomas Drake, bapt. at Buckland Mona- 
chorum 23 July 1650; bur. there 
2 February 165^. 



Joan Drake, bapt. at Buckland Mona- 
chorum 17 October 1651. AVill dated 
15 March 167^, proved at Exeter in 
i67f 



John Drake, bapt. at 
Buckland Monachorum 
5 October 1652 ; bur. 
there 7 January 165^. 



Thomas Drake, bapt. at 
Buckland Monachorum 
25 October, bur. there 
22 December 1653. 



I . 
Francis Drake, 
bapt. at Buck- 
land Mona- 
chorum 1 4 May 
1691 ; buried 
there 6 Feb- 
ruary 169!. 



Ann Drake, 
bapt. at 

Hackney 1 1 
August, bur. 
there 23 Au- 
gust 1 72 1. 



Sir Francis Henry Drake of Buckland= 
and of Nutwell Court, co. Devon, 
baronet ; bapt. at Buckland Mona- 
chorum 2 March 169I; succeeded his 
father as 4th baronet 15 January 
171I; M.P. for Tavistock i February 
171-5- to April 1734, and for Bere 
Alston I May 1734; Ranger of Dart- 
moor; died, aged 46, 26 January, 
bur. at Buckland Monachorum 15 
February i7f^. VVill dated 11 April 
1721, proved II March 17!^ (P.C.C. 
70 Browne). Portrait and Miniature 
in the possession of Sir Francis 
Fuller-Eliott-Drake, baronet. 



=Anne Heathcote, dau. of Samuel 
Heathcote of Clapton House, 
Hackney, co. Middlesex, by Mary his 
wife, dau. of William Dawsonne of 
Hackney, Treasurer of the Excise ; 
born 22 March 170^, bapt. at Hackney 
4 April 1702; marr. at St. James', 
Piccadilly, London, 29 October 1720, 
marriage settlements dated 27 Septem- 
ber; bur. at Hackney 5 November 1768. 
Will dated 20 July 1751, proved 17 
November 1768 (P.C.C. 407 Seeker). 

{See Pedigree of Heathcote, Vol. VII., 
page IS 2.) 



Sir Francis Henry Drake of Buckland and of Nutwell Court, baronet ; bapt. at 
Meavy, CO. Devon, 3 September 1723; succeeded his father as 5th baronet 
26 January f]^% ; M.P. for Bere Alston 2 July 1747 to i September 1780; 
Ranger of Dartmoor, Comptroller of Board of Green Cloth January 1753; 
Master of the Household 6 January 1771 ; died at St. James' Place, 
London, aged 70, 22 February 1794. \Vill dated i December 1792, with 
two codicils dated 8 January and 14 October 1793, proved 22 March 
1794 (P.C.C. 133 Holman). Miniatures in the possession of Sir Francis 
Fuller-Eliott-Drake, baronet. 

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John Trefusis of= 
Trefusis, co. Corn- 
wall ; bapt. at Fowey, 
CO. Cornwall, in 
1612. Willdated23 
July 1653, proved 
15 February 165^ 
{V.C.C. 2,09 Alchin). 



^Elizabeth, bapt. at 
Buckland Moiia- 
chorum, co. Devon, 
16 January 162I ; 
marr. at Bere 
Ferrers, co. Devon, 
14 February 163" ; 
living 23 July 1653. 



John Drake of Ivybridge, co.= 
Devon; bapt. at Buckland 
Monachorum 28 July 1624; 
executor to will of his brother 
Sir Francis 9 April 1662 ; bur. 
at Ermington, co. Devon, 9 
November 1681. Will proved 
at Exeter in 1691. 



/N 



^Prudence Savery of 
Slade, CO. Devon ; 
living loApril 1661 ; 
bur. in Ermington 
Church. 



A 



Poilexfen Drake, Commis- 
sioner of Appeals in Excise ; 
bapt. at Buckland Mona- 
chorum 8 February 1694; 
died 14 September 17 16, 
bur. at Meavy, co. Devon. 
Administration granted 2 1 
January 17 if (P.C.C.) 



Duncomb Drake, Captain= 
R.N. ; bapt. at Buckland 
Monachorum in January 
169I; died in May 1734, 
bur. in Deal Church, co. 
Kent. M.I. Adminis- 
tration granted 30 July 
1734- 



=Grace Trevanion, dau. of .Sir Nicholas 
Trevanion, Captain R.N., Commissioner 
of Plymouth Dockyard, by Elizabeth 
his ist wife ; bapt. at Charles Church, 
Plymouth, 21 December 1704; marr. at 
Stoke Damerel, co. Devon, 5 De- 
cember 1733, marriage licence dated 
4 December 1733. 



Francis Duncombe 
Drake, bapt. at 
Buckland Mona- 
chorum 22 April 
1724; bur. there 
13 March 172^. 



Vice-Admiral FrancisWilliam Drake,^ 
Governor of Newfoundland ; born 
13 June, bapt. at Buckland Mona- 
chorum 22 August 1724; Governor 
of Newfoundland 1750-53; Rear- 
Admiral 1778; died in December 
1787, bur. in the Heathcote 
mausoleum at Hursley, co. Hants. 
Will dated 11 November 1780, 
proved 21 February 1788 (P.C.C. 
13 Calvert). Aliniature in the 
possession of Sir Francis Fuller- 
Eliott-Drake, baronet. 



'Elizabeth Heathcote, dau. of Sir 
William Heathcote of Hursley, ist 
baronet, by Lady Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of Thomas, ist Earl of Maccles- 
field ; born 19 October 1730; marr. 
3 November 1763; executrix to her 
husband's will 21 February 1788; 
died 16 March 1797, bur. in the 
mausoleum at Hursley. \\'ill dated 
15 March 1794, with codicil dated 
12 March 1797, proved 27 June 1797 
(P.C.C. 233 Exeter). 

{See Pedigree of Heathcote, Vol. VII., 
page 133.) 



Thomas Evance, Bencher= 
of the Middle Temple, 
Recorder of Kingston- 
upon -Thames; died at 
Belmont House, Vaux- 
hall, CO. Surrey, aged 81, 
27 March 1830." Will 
dated 28 May 1828, 
proved 7 May 1830 
(P.C.C. 308 Beard). 



=Mariana, bapt. Jerome, Count de Salis, J. P. and= 
at Hillingdon, D.L. for the counties of Armagh and 
CO. Middlese.x, Middlesex ; authorised by Royal 
in 1764; marr. Licence dated 4 April 1809, to bear 
there 28 June the title of Count ; assumed by Royal 
1792; execu- Licence in December 1835, the name 
trix to her and arms of Fane in addition to those 
husband's will of de Salis; died 2 October 1S36. 
7 May 1830. He married 2ndly Penelo|)e, dau. of 
R. Freeman, M.L)., and 3rdly Hen- 
rietta, dau. of William Forster, D.D. 



=Sophia, bapt. 
at Hilling- 
don in 1765 ; 
marr. at Shir- 
burn Castle, 
CO. Oxford, 1 1 
August I 797 ; 
died in 1803. 
I St wife. 



A\ 



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Susanna Ford, marr. at^William Drake of Netherton, in^Elizabeth Charles of Lamerton, 



Buckland Monachorum, 
CO. Devon, 2 June 1649; 
bur. there 2 July 1699. 
1st wife. 



Buckland Monachorum ; bapt. at 
Buckland Monachorum 7 No- 
vember 1627 ; bur. there i June 
1709. Will dated 3 May 1704, 
proved at Exeter 20 June 1709. 



CO. Devon ; marr. at Buckland 
Monachorum 14 November 
1699; bur. there 8 December 
1702. 2nd wife. 



George Drake, Governor of Fort=f=Sophia Bugden, dau. of Charles 



St. George ; 
Monachorum 



bapt. at Buckland 
4 December 1696. 



Will dated 18 August 1735, with 
codicil dated i September 1737, 
proved 3 November 1741 (P.C.C. 
300 Spurway). 



Bugden of the Hon^^'' East India 
Co.'s Service ; marr. at Madras, 
India, 22 July 1722; executrix to her 
husband's will 3 November 1741. 
She married 2ndly George Morton 
Pitt of Twickenham, co. Middlesex, 
esquire. 



Henry Drake, bapt. 
at Buckland Mona- 
chorum 13 Novem- 
ber 1702 ; bur. 
there 27 September 
1704. 



George Drake, 
died in infancy. 



Dawsonne Drake, 
Governor of Fort 
St. George ; died 
in 1784. 



Samuel Barlow, Captain^ 
(Naval) HonW= East 
India Co.'s Service ; 
marr. at Madras 13 Au- 
gust 1737. I st husband. 



=Anne, bapt.= 
at Madras 28 
May 1723. 



A 



=George Percival, 
2nd husband. 



A 



Rev. John Pugh,= 
Vicar of Rauceby 
and Cranwell, co. 
Lincoln ; died at 
Rauceby 26 April 
1799. 



=Sophia, bapt. Elizabeth==Sir Francis Samuel Drake, = 
at Buckland Hayman. baronet, Vice-Admiral R.N.; 
Monachorum ist wife. bapt. at Buckland Mona- 
i4September chorum 14 September 1729; 

1729 ; execu- Captain 15 November 1756, 

trix to her Rear-Admiral of the Blue 

mother's will 26 September 1780; com- 

17 November manded the van of the fleet 

1768 ; died at under Rodney in the battle 

Leasingham, off Dominica 12 April 1782; 

CO. Lincoln, Vice-Admiral of the Red 

5 September September 1787, a Lord of 

1803. the Admiralty 12 August 

1789 ; created a baronet 28 
May 1782; died, aged 60, 
19 November 1789. Ad- 
ministration granted i o 
December 1789 (P.C.C.) 



=Pooley Onslow, dau. 
of Lieut. -Colonel 
George Onslow, by 
Jane his wife, dau. 
of the Rev. Thomas 
Thorpe ; married 
at Dimsborough 
House, Ripley, by 
special licence, 

22 January 1788; 
administratrix to 
her husband 10 De- 
cember 1789 ; died 
10 December 1810. 
She married 2ndly 
Arthur Onslow, ser- 
jeant-at-law. 2nd 
wife. 



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Thomas Trevelyan=Sarah, bapt. at Buckland 
of Yarnscombe, co. Monachorum, co. Devon, 
23 October 1629; marr. 
there 21 February 165^; 
died 26 November 1667, 
bur. at Carhampton. M.I. 
Portrait in the possession 
of Sir Francis Fuller- 
Eliott-Drake, baronet. 



Devon ; died in 
1664, buried at 
Carhampton, co. 
Somerset. M.I. 



Sir Hugh Wyndham= 
of Watchet, co. 
Somerset ; died 16 
July 167 1, bur. at 
St. Decumans, co. 
Somerset. 



=j=Joan, bapt. at Buck- 
land Monachorum 22 
February 163! ; marr. 
there 4 February 
1652 ; mentioned in 
will of her brother 
Sir Francis Drake 
10 April 1661 ; died 
May 1694, bur. at 
St. Decumans. 

A 



Henry Drake, bapt. at 
Buckland Monachorum 8 
February 17?^. Will dated 
30 April 1749, proved 4 
September 1756 (P.C.C. 
242 Glazier). 



Thomas Martin of the Middle Temple,=j=Elizabeth, born in London 



London, Welsh Judge ; M.P. for 
Dartmouth May 1722; mentioned in 
will of his brother-in-law, George 
Drake, i8 August 1735; died 18 May 
1750- A 



2r April 1692; marr. by 
special licence at Buck- 
land Monachorum i July 
1 7 19; living in May 1750. 



Temple West of West Wickham, co. Kent ; Captain and Lieut.-Colonel=j=Jane, executrix to 

her husband's will 
6 February 1784 ; 
died in 1800. 



ist Foot Guards 3 May 1773; died, aged 43, 17 September 1783. Will 
dated 23 June 1783, proved 6 February 1784 (P.C.C. 112 Rockingham). 



A 



George Augustus Eliott, Lord Heathfield, K.B. (son of Sir Gilbert Eliott= 
of Stobs, CO. Roxburgh, 3rd baronet); born at Stobs 25 December 
1 7 1 7 ; educated at the University of Leyden and at the French 
Military College of La Ffere ; served in the Prussian Army 1735-36; 
joined the 2nd Horse Grenadier Guards 1739; served in the Austrian 
War 1742-48, at the battles of Dettingen (wounded) and Fontenoy ; 
Colonel ist Light Horse 1759, as Major-General 2nd in command at 
the capture of Havanna 13 August 1762, Commander of the Forces 
in Ireland 1774, Governor of Gibraltar 1775, General 2 April 1778; 
he successfully defended Gibraltar, besieged by the united forces of 
France and Spain, for nearly four years (1779-83); created K.B. 
8 January 1 783, and received the thanks of Parliament ; created 
6 July 1787, Lord Heathfield, Baron Heathfield of Gibraltar; died at 
Aix-la-Chapelle 6 July 1790, bur. at Heathfield, co. Sussex, the remains 
were subsequently removed to Buckland Monachorum Church. M.I. 
Will dated 27 February 1788, proved 27 July 1790 (P.C.C. 330 Bishop). 
Portrait by Sir Joshua Reynolds, P.P. A., in the Natiotial Gallery. 
{See "Dictionary of National Biography ;' Vol. XVII., page igs.) 



=Anne Pollexfen, bapt. 
at Buckland Mona- 
chorum in 1726 ; 
marr.at St.Sepulchre'.s, 
London, 8 June 1 748 ; 
died 13 February 
1772, bur. in South 
Audley Street Chapel, 
London, the remains 
were subsequently re- 
moved to Buckland 
Monachorum Church. 
Portrait by Allan 
Ramsay in the posses- 
sion of Sir Francis 
Fuller- Eliott - Drake, 
baronet. 



Francis Augustus, Lord Heathfield, born at Ealing, co. Middlesex, 
31 December 1750; succeeded his father as 2nd Lord Heathfield 
6 July 1790; died 26 January 1813. 



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Margaret Crymes, dau. of Ludovic=i=Joseph Drake of Buckland, gent; born 



Crymes ; bapt. at Buckland 
Monachorum, co. Devon, 20 De- 
cember 1651 ; marr. there 11 
February i66f ; bur. at Buckland 
Monachorum i May 1682. 
I St wife. /t^ 



1631 ; of Exeter College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 21 June 1653; bur. at Buckland 
Monachorum 12 October 1708. Will 
dated 5 October 1708, proved 13 October 
1709 (P.C.C. S Lane). 



=Grace, bur. at 
Buckland Mona- 
chorum in 1738. 
2nd wife. 



A 



Digby Dent, Com-= 
modore, R.N. ; 
Comptroller of the 
Navy 4 June 1756, 
Commissioner of 
the Navy 2 1 March 
1 761 ; died 7 June 
1761. Will dated 
26 February 1761, 
proved 9 July 1761 
(P.C.C. 24s C/ies- 
lyn). I St husband. 



A 



=Sophia Pitt,= 
executrix to her 
I St husband's 
will 9 July 
1 761 ; died at 
Nice, France, 
24 September 
1767, bur. at 
Twickenham, 
CO. Middlesex. 



= Admiral Sir George Pocock, K.B. (eldest son of the Rev. 
Thomas Pocock, F.R.S., by Joyce his wife, dau. of James 
Master of East l.angdon, co. Kent, esquire, see Pedigree of 
Master, Vol. VI., page 173); born 21 December 1706; 
entered the Navy 1718, Lieutenant 19 April 1725, Com- 
mander 26 February 173!, Captain i August 1738; 
in chief command on the Leeward Islands 1747, captured 
a convoy of about 30 ships ; Rear-Admiral 4 February 
1755, Vice-Admiral 8 December 1756, Commander-in- 
Chief East Indies 16 August 1757; fought three indecisive 
actions 29 April, 3 August and 10 September 1758; K.B. 
23 May 1761 ; Admiral May 1761 ; M.P. for Plymouth 
26 January 1760 to March 1768; Naval Commander-in- 
Chief at the capture of Havanna 13 August 1762 ; retired 
from the Navy 11 September 1766; marr. 28 November 
1763; died 3 April 1792, bur. at Twickenham. M.I. in 
Westminster Abbey. Will dated 22 December 1786, 
proved 17 April 1792, by George Pocock, son (P.C.C. 
232 Fountaiii). (See "Dictionary of National Biography" 
Vol. XL VI., page i.) 2nd husband. 



A 



John Trayton Fuller of Ashdown House, co. Sussex=f=Anne, marr. by licence at St. 



(eldest son of Thomas Fuller of London, by Eleanor 
Lidgater his wife) ; died, aged 68, 24 March, bur. at 
Chaivington, co. Sus.sex, 29 March i8ii. M.I. Will 
dated i February 1808, proved 13 June 181 1, by 
Augustus Eliott Fuller, son (P.C.C. 282 Crickitt). He 
married istly his cousin, Elizabeth, dau. of Stephen 
Fuller of St. George's, Bloomsbury, London. ^ 



George's, Hanover Square, London, 
21 May 1776; died, aged 81, 24 
February, bur. at Chaivington 

5 March 1835. M.I. Will dated 

6 May 1834, proved 19 March 1835 
(P.C.C. 166 Gloster). 2nd wife. 



{For issue see "Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. A'., page i.) 



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Pedigree of Fuller of IValdron, co. Sussex. 



Elizabeth Frank, marr.= 
at Waldron 6 November 
1581 ; bur. there 16 
January 159^. ist wife. 



= |ohn l'"ullcr of Tanners, in Waldron, co.= 
.Sussex, yeoman (.son of John Fuller of 
Tanners); bur. at Waldron 19 May 1615. 
Will dated 10 November 16 14, proved 
at Lewes 30 May 161 5. Inq. p. m. 
taken at East (^instead 17 May i6i6 
(C. Vol. 3SS, No. 2p). 



=Eva White of Winchelsea, 
CO. Sussex ; marriage licence 
(Lewes) dated i June 1 596 ; 
mentioned in her husband's 
will 10 November 1614. 
2nd wife. 



Fuller-Eliott- 
Drake. 

[Vol. 10, p. I.] 



Francis Fuller of Frances, bapt. 
St. Bride's, Fleet at Waldron 10 
Street, London; July 1598; 
died unmarried, living 10 No- 
Administration vember 1614. 
granted 31 Ian- 
uary.63f(P.C.C.) 



I I i 

Joseph Fuller, bapt. Henry Fuller, Thomas Fuller, 
at Waldron 22 March bapt. at Wal- bur. at Waldron 
jfj^; received land in dron 21 June 29 September 
May field ro Novem- 1601. 1604. 

ber 1 6 14; died abroad 
unmarried. Adminis- 
tration granted 31 
January 163! (P.C.C.) 



John Fuller, 
bur. at Wal- 
dron 10 Jan- 
uary i6i|^. 



Thomas Fuller, Samuel Fuller of=^Joan French, dau. of 

bapt. at Waldron Tanners, in Wal- Stephen French of Stream, 

25 August 1583; dron, esquire; 

bur. there 2 No- bapt. at Waldron 



vember 1590. 



18 May 1589; 
executor to his 
father's will 30 
May 161 5 ; pur- 
chased Tanners 
in 161 7 ; died 3 
August 1653, bur. 
at Waldron. M.L 



in Chiddingly, co. Sussex, 
esquire, by Barbara his 
wife, dau. of Anthony 
Fowle of Rotherfield, co. 
Sussex, esquire; marriage 
licence (Lewes) dated 8 
July 1 6 1 5 ; bur. at Waldron 
17 October 1640. 



I I 
Margery Fuller, 

bapt. at Waldron 
17 January 1592 
bur. there 28 Jan- 
uary following. 



Elizabeth, bapt. at 
Waldron 2 April 
1592; living 10 
November 1614 ; 
marr. . . Knight. 



John Fuller of Tanners, in Waldron, esquire ;=f=Anne Nutt, dau. of the 
bapt. at Waldron i August 1617; bur. there Rev. John Nutt of Mays, 
30 May 1679. Will dated 16 October 1678, 
proved 7 August 1679 (P.C.C. 106 King). 



"^^^-^Juj- 



in Selmeston, co. Sus- 
sex; marriage settlements 
dated 2 August 1643; 
bur. at Waldron 30 
November 1679. 



Elizabeth Fuller, 
bapt. at Waldron 
19 January i6ig^, 
bur. there i June 
following. 



Samuel F'uller, bapt. 
at Waldron 12 May 
1646 ; bur. there 10 
May 1678. 



George Courthope of Wiligh, in=Anne, bapt. at Waldron 3 April 



Ticehurst, co. Sussex (eldest son 
and heir of Sir George Courthope of 
VV'iligh, knight); died, aged 68, 13 
September, bur. at Ticehurst 18 Sep- 
tember 1 7 14. M.L He married 
zndly Albinia, dau. of Sir William 
Elliot of Busbridge, co. Surrey, knight. 



1648; marr. there 24 September 

1674, marriage settlements dated 
4 May, marriage licence (Vicar- 
General) dated 11 July, then 
aged about 26; died 16 Decem- 
ber, bur. at Waldron 22 December 

1675. M.L 



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Jane, bapt. at Wal- 
dron, CO. Sussex, 
12 November 1604; 
living 10 November 
1614. 



I 
Sarah, bapt. at \\'aldron 24 January 
160^ ; mentioned in her father's will 
10 November 1614; administratrix 
to her brothers 31 January 163!; 
marr. . . . Wasse. 



Cheyney Fuller, living 10 Novem- 
ber 16 1 4; died abroad unmarried. 
Administration granted 31 January 
i63f(P.C.C.) 



Samuel Fuller of Staplehurst, co.=j=Cecily Worger David Austen=Barbara, bapt. at Wald- 

Kent. Administration granted 2 of Heathfield, of Waldron, ron 7 April 1622; 

December 1675, to Samuel Fuller, | co. Sussex. gent. marriage licence (Lewes) 

son (P.C.C.) A dated 9 March 164^. 



Joan Fuller, bapt. 
at Waldron 1 5 
February i6|§; 
bur. there 30 
April 1670. 



John Fuller of Waldron, esquire ; bapt. at Waldron= 
20 May 1652 ; executor to his father's will 7 August 
1679; bur. at Waldron 19 May 1722. M.I. 
Administration granted 25 June 1722 (P.C.C.) 





=Elizabeth Fowle, dau. 
and heir of Samuel 
Fowle, Citizen of 
London, by Jane his 
wife ; marriage settle- 
ments dated 23 August 
1679; bur. at Waldron 
29 April 1715. 



John Fuller of Brightling, co. Sussex, esquire ;= 
bapt. at Waldron 28 July 1680; administrator to 
his father 25 June 1722 ; M.P. for Sussex 3 Sep- 
tember 1 7 13; died, aged 66, 4 August, bur. at 
Waldron 10 August 1745. ALL Will dated 21 
February i74f, w-ith codicil dated 12 July 1744, 
proved 13 August 1745 (P.C.C. 223 Seymour). 



^(T^rL 



Elizabeth Rose, dau. of Fulke Rose, 
Governor of Jamaica, by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. and coheir of John Langley, 
Alderman of London ; marriage licence 
(Faculty Ofifice) dated 19 July 1703, then 
aged 22, marriage settlements dated 15 
July; died, aged 46, 18 February, bur. at 
Waldron 26 February 172^. M.L 




John Fuller of Rosehill, in Brightling, esquire ; bapt. at^Elizabeth Dayrell, dau. of Francis 
Brightling 8 February 170^; executor to his father's will Dayrell of Shudy Camps, co. 
13 August 1745; bur. at Waldron 12 February 1755. Will Cambridge, esquire, by Elizabeth 
dated 17 January 1755, proved 5 February 1755 (P.C.C. his wife, dau. of Peter Witch- 
42 Paul). comb of Braxted Lodge, co. 

Essex, esquire ; marriage settle- 
ments dated 8 and 9 August 
1746; living I November 1755. 



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Mary, bapt. at 
Waldron, co. 
Sussex, 2 May 
1624. 



French Fuller of Waldron, gent ; bapt. at VValdron==.Martha Martin of 



22 January 162^ ; received a lease of the rectory of 
Chiddingly, co. Sussex, 15 August 1648; died before 
16 October 1678. 



Crowhurst, 
Sussex. 



CO. 



John Fuller, died before 
i6 October 1678. 



Thomas Fuller of Waldron; bapt. at Waldron 10 April 1655; bur. at=j=Sarah Wood, dau. of 



Waldron 23 April 1720. 




Thomas Wood ; bur. 
at Waldron 13 Feb- 
ruary I72f. 



Thomas Streatfield of Sevenoaks,=f=Philadelphia, marr. 10 September 1716 ; bur. 20 July 



CO. Kent, esquire; born 18 May, 
bapt. at Sevenoaks i June 1682 ; 
died 22 January 172^. 



1747. Administration granted 8 September 1747, to 
Thomas Streatfield, esquire, son (P.C.C.) 



A\ 



Samuel Fuller, died 30 May, 
bur. at Waldron 4 June 1709. 



Thomas Fuller of Waldron, gent ; bapt. 
at Waldron 6 February i68|; died, 
aged 2 2, bur. at Waldron 3 July 1706. 



Philadelphia. 



Rose Fuller of Rosehill, in Brightling,= 
CO. Sussex, esquire ; M.D. Cambridge 
1728; F.R.S. 1732; M.P. for New 
Romney 8 December 1756, for Maid- 
stone 28 March 1761, and for Rye 16 
March 1768 to May 1777; died 7 May, 
bur. at Waldron 15 May 1777. Will 
dated 24 December 1744, with codicils 
dated 3 December 1776 and 27 April 
1777, proved 15 May 1777 (P.C.C. 
2 1 1 Collier). 




=Ithamar Mill, only Ashbumham 
child of the Hon'''' Fuller, bur. 
Richard Mill of at Waldron 
St. Catherine's, in 15 Novem- 
the Isle of Jamaica, ber 1 7 14. 
Receiver - General 
and Chief Justice 
of Jamaica ; mar- 
riage settlements 
dated 26 April 
1 737; died, aged 17, 
22 April 1738, bur. 
in St. Catherines' 
Cathedral, Jamaica. 
M.I. 



Thomas Fuller, 
died young, bur. 
at Waldron i 
March 11 \\. 



Hans Fuller, 
died unmarried 
at Lisbon, Por- 
tugal, aged 27. 



41 



6 

I 
Thomas Fuller, 

bapt. at Wal- 

dron, CO. Sussex, 

27 December 

1627. 



Stephen Fuller, = 
bapt. at Waldron 
27 December 
1629. 



A 



i 
William Fuller, 
bapt. at Waldron 
6 January 163!; 
bur. there 18 
July 1641. 



Edmund Ful- 
ler, bapt. at 
Waldron 28 
April 1634. 



Elizabeth Fuller, 
bapt. at Waldron 
8 May 1636; 
bur. there 17 
June 1640. 



Stephen Fuller of Mayfield, co. Sussex, gent ;^ 
bapt. at Waldron 4 March 165!^; bur. there 
II June 17 18. Will dated 17 May 17 18, 
proved 14 June 1718 (P.C.C. 126 Tenison). 



e 



^W/zJ&^lJ^H^f^ 






^Elizabeth Offley, dau. of Thomas Offley of 
Possingvvorth, in Waldron, esquire, by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. and heir of Richard 
Bathurst of Finchcocks, near Goudhurst, 
CO. Kent ; marriage licence (Vicar-General) 
dated 8 July 1692, then aged about 21 ; bur. 
at Waldron 16 December 1729. 



Thomas Fuller of the Gatehouse, in Mayfield, esquire ; executor to his 
father's will 14 June 17 18; died, aged 50, 19 April, bur. at Waldron 
23 April 1744. M.I. Administration granted 15 May 1745 (P.C.C.) 



John Fuller, died, 
aged 19, bur. at 
Waldron 24 Feb- 
ruary 1 7 if. 



Rev. Henry Fuller, Rector of North= 
Stoneham, co. Hants ; (?) of Trinity 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1735, 
M.A. 1739; Rector of North 
Stoneham and Stoneham Abbots 
September 1749; executor to will 
of his brother John 5 February 
1755; bur. at North Stoneham. 
Will dated 25 December 1755, with 
codicil dated 16 July 1761, adminis- 
tration granted 15 March 1764 
(P.C.C. 91 Simpson). 



=Frances Fuller, dau. of Thomas Fuller 
of Park Gate, Catsfield, co. Sussex, by 
Frances his wife, dau. of Peter White of 
All Saints', Lewes, co. Sussex ; bapt. at 
All Saints', Lewes, 24 April 1725; 
administratrix to her husband 15 March 
1764 ; mentioned in will of her brother- 
in-law. Rose Fuller, 24 December 1774. 
Will dated 22 March 1766, with codicil 
dated 22 January 1768, proved 6 June 
1780, by John Fuller, brother (P.C.C. 
312 Collins). 



Samuel Fuller, 
died in infancy, 
bur.at\\'aldron 
13 June 1721. 



John Fuller of Rosehill, in Brightling, co. Sussex, esquire; born after 25 December 1755; 
executor to will of his uncle. Rose ?"uller, 15 May 1777 : High Sheriff for co. Sussex 1796; 
M.P. for CO. Sussex 16 July 1801 to September 1812; died in Devonshire Place, London, 
aged 77, II April, bur. at Brightling 19 April 1834. (See Gent.'s Afag., JV.S., Vol. 2, page 106). 



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John Apsley of Lewes, co. Sussex, esquire ; died,= 
aged 83, bur. at SS. Peter and Mary's, Lewes, 
31 January 1770. Will with two codicils dated 
13 July 1762 to 27 December 1765, proved 14 
February 1770 (P.C.C. t,<) Jenner). He married 
istly Hannah, dau. of Edward Woodcock. 



^Elizabeth, bapt. at Waldron, co. Sussex, 
21 November 1695; marr. at Mayfield, co, 
Sussex, 18 February 173"; administratrix 
to her brother Thomas 15 May 1745 ; died, 
aged SS, 16 October, bur, at Waldron 24 
October 1751. M.L 2nd wife. 



A 



Thomas Fuller of= 
London, merchant, and 
of Streatham, co. Sur- 
rey, esquire ; executor 
to wills of his brothers 
John 5 February 17SS, 
and Rose 1 5 May 1777; 
died at Streatham 18 
February, bur. at Wald- 
ron 27 February 1780. 
Will dated 1 5 May 1777, 
proved 2 March 1780 
(P.C.C. 132 Collins). 



= Eleanor Lidgater, 
dau. of John 
Lidgater of St. 
John's, Lewes, 
gent, by Eleanor 
his wife; marr. 18 
December 1742 ; 
bur. at Waldron 
7 February 1770. 



William Sloane of Stoneham, co.= 
Hants, F.R.S. 1722 ; died in 
Bioomsbury Square, London, 18 
February 1767. Will proved 
21 February 1767 (P.C.C. 73 
Legard). He married istly 
Barret, dau. of Dacres Leonard 
Barret of Belhous, in Aveley, co. 
Essex, esquire, and 2ndly Hester, 
dau. of Sir Gilbert Heathcote of 
Normanton, co. Rutland, knight 
and baronet {see Pedigree of 
Heathcote, Vol. VII., page 145). 



'Elizabeth, marr. 
at Brightling, co. 
Sussex, 29 April 
1733. marriage 
settlements dated 
25 and 26 April. 
3rd wife. 



A 



Rose Fuller of York Street, Portman Square, I^ondon ;= 
e.xecutor to his father's will 2 March 1780; died in York 
Street, Portman Square, London, aged 73, 16 November 



James D. Fitzgerald, Deputy Assistant=Mary Anne, marr. at the parish 
Commissary-General to the Forces church, Marylebone, London, 
22 October 1816. 21 June 1823. 



Sir John Palmer-Acland of Fairfield,=i=Elizabeth, not 16, 



CO. Somerset, baronet (grandson of Sir 
Hugh Acland of Colomb John, co. 
Devon, 5th baronet) ; bom 1 1 February 
1756; took the additional surname of 
Palmer in 18 18; created a baronet 
9 December 181 8; died at Bath, co. 
Somerset, 23 February 183 1. He 
married 2ndly Sarah Maria, dau. of 
Robert Knipe of New Lodge, co. 
Hertford. /t\ 



16 July 1761 ; marr. 
12 July 1 781 ; died 
at Fairfield 21 June 
1815. ist wife. 



Lancelot Browne of=Frances, 
Swatloe, CO. Hunting- died in 
don (son of Lancelot 1809. 
Brown, known as 
"Capability Brown"); 
M.P. for Totnes 9 
September 1780, for 
Huntingdon 31 March 
1784 to 1787, and for 
CO. Huntingdon 15 
May 1792 to 1794. 



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Stephen Fuller of St. George's, Bloomsbury, London, = 
esquire ; (?) Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1738, M.A. 1742; executor to wills of his brothers John 
5 February 1755, and Rose 15 May 1777 ; died at South 
Stoneham, co. Hants, 8 September 1799. Will dated 
8 May 1796, proved 19 September T799 (P.C.C. 653 
Howe). 




'Elizabeth Noakes, dau. of Lawrence 
Noakes of Brightling, co. Sussex, 
gent, by Anne his wife ; marriage 
settlements dated 7 July 1744; bur. 
at Waldron, co. Sussex, 9 March 
'753- 



5^-iZ, ^c^fi^S^ 



Elizabeth, mar^=John Trayton Fuller (fA/w/^Hon'''' Anne Eliott, only dau. of Major-General 
riage settle- 



son) of Ashdown House, 

ments dated co. Sussex ; executor to his 

7 May 1771 ; father's will 2 March 1780; 

died without died, aged 68, 24 March, bur. 

surviving issue at Chalvington, co. Sussex, 

before 24 De- 29 March 1811. Marble 

cember 1774. Tablet in South wall of 

ist wife. chancel of the church at 

Chalvington and a Memorial 

Window in South wall of 

nave. Will dated i February 

1808, proved 13 June 181 1 

(P.C.C. 282 Crkkett). A 



Sir George Augustus, Lord Heathfield, K.B. 
{see Pedigree of Drake, page jj) ; marr. by 
licence at St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London, 21 May 1776, marriage settlements 
dated 18 May; died, aged 81, 24 February, 
bur. at Chalvington 5 March 1835. Marble 
Tablet in North wall of chancel of the church 
at Chalvington and Memorial Window in 
South wall of nave. Will dated 6 May 1S34, 
with codicil of same date, proved 19 March 
1835 (P.C.C. 166 G/oster). 2nd wife. 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and IFa/es," 
Vol. X., page I.) 



William Dickinson of= 
King's Weston, co. 
Somerset, esquire ; 
M.P. for Rye 20 May 
1777 to June 1790, 
and for Somerset 3 
June 1796 to April 
1806 ; died in Upper 
Harley Street, Lon- 
don, 26 May 1806. 
Will dated 20 March 
1800, with codicil 
dated 7 January 1804, 
proved 16 June 1806, 
by William Dickinson, 
son (P.C.C. 467 Fitt). 



=Philippa, mar- 
ried 19 De- 
cember 1770, 
marriagesettle- 
ments dated 
17 December ; 
died in Upper 
Harley Street, 
London, 1 5 
April 1 806. 



Hans Sloane of South= 
Stoneham, esquire; M.P. 
for Newport 21 March 
1768 to September 1780, 
for Southampton 12 Sep- 
tember 1780 to March 
1784, for Christchurch 23 
October 1788 to May 
1796, and for Lostwithiel 
31 May 1796 to October 
1806; Commissioner for 
Trades and Plantations 6 
September 1780; executor 
to will of Stephen Fuller 
19 September 1799. 



A 



A 



=Sarah, mar- 
ried 24 July 
1772. 



Mary Fuller, 
bur. at Wal- 
dron, CO. 
Sussex, 30 
March 1752. 



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IVill of Johu Fuller of JValdron, co. Sussex, 1614. FuUer-Eliott- 

Drake. 

The 10 Nov'' 1614. I John Fuller of Tanners in VValdron in the County of fVol. lo, p. i.] 
Sussex Yeo. being in perfect health & remembrance thanks be given Almighty 
God do make & ordayne this my last Will & Testament in manner & form 
following that is to say first & above all I give my soul unto Almighty God 
my only Creator & unto Jesus X' my only Saviour & Redeemer & my body 
to the Earth from whence it came. Item : I give to poore people of VValdron 
2o^ Item : My will is that Edward Fuller my brother's son shall have my 
lands at Sharps which land he now useth for the yearly rent of 17^ yearly 
to be paid during the term of 7 years after my decease if he so long live. 
Item : I give unto Joane Fuller his sister lO;^ to be paid within i year of my 
decease. Item : I give to Alice my brothers Francis Fuller daughter 40^ 
Item: I give to Naomi my brother Francis Fuller daughter 10'^ Item: I give 
& bequeath unto Hevah my wife lo^^ of lawful money of England to be 
paid within the month after my decease also I give unto her i featherbed 
I feather bolster 2 pillows Si 2 pillow cases i pair of blankets i coverlet not 
being any of the tapestry Coverlettes 4 pair of Shetes 2 silver spoons on chest 
I cowe 4 platters & 4 pewter dishes. Item : I give unto Jane Fuller my 
daughter 120^ of lawful money of England to be paid when she shall 
accomplish the age of one & twenty years if she so long live. Item : My will 
is that my E&or shall be charged with the bringing up of her untill she 
comes to the said age of 21 y". Item: I give to Elizabeth Knight my 
daughter 5^^ to be paid within 2 y"^* next after my decease. Item : I give to 
Frances Fuller & Sara Fuller my daughters to either of them 44^ apiece of 
lawful money of Elngland to be paid when they shall accomplish their several 
ages of one & 20 years if they happen to live so long. Item : My will is 
that my Exor shall be charged with the bringing of them up untill they come 
to their said several ages of one & twenty years. Item : My will is that my 
Exor shall have the profitte of all my land at Shorne in the county of Kent 
(except the woods) untill Cheney Fuller my son shall accomplish the age of 
21 yeares & that my .said Exor shall bring him to learning untill he attain 
unto the age aforesaid at the cost & charges of my said Exor & also shall 
pay unto him my said son Cheney Fuller 40* of lawful money every year 
untill he accomplish the said age quarterly to be paid in equal portions. 
Item : I give unto Joseph Fuller my son all my howses lands & tenements 
& the wood thereupon growing with the appurtenances lying & being in 
Mayfield in the County of Sussex which I late purchased of one Richard 
Relfe & one Thomas Kerren to him & his heyres for ever. Item : My will is 
that my Exor shall bring him up to learning untill he shall accomplish the age 
of 21 yeares at the cost & charges of the said Exor & my will is the Exor 
shall have the profitts of the said land except the wood & myne towards the 
bringing him upp untill my said son Joseph shall accomplish the age aforesaid. 
Item: My will is that if Joseph my son do happen to depart this life without 
issue of his body lawfully begotten then my will is that Cheney Fuller my son 
shall have the land before bequeathed to him & his heirs for ever further my 
will is that my Exor shall pay to my said son Joseph Fuller 40^ per year to 
be paid quarterly until he shall accomplish the age aforesaid. I also give to 
my said son Joseph Fuller my best Silver Cup. Item : My will is that if 
Samuel Fuller my son shall happen to depart this life without issue of his 
body lawfully begotten Then my will is that Joseph F'uller & Cheyney Fuller 
my sons shall have all my lands in Waldron Heathfield Northiam Farlighe and 
Horsmonsex in the said County of Sussex to be equally divided between them 
to them and their heyres for ever. All the rest of my lands & Tenements 
goods & Chattels moveable & unmoveable unbequeathed my debts paid 
& legacies performed I give to Samuel Fuller my son whom I make sole 
Executor of this my last Will & Testament. Item : I ordaine & make my 

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FuUer-Eliott- trusted & well beloved friends John Stansffielde of the Cliff near Lewes 

Drake. Merchant & William Bishopp of Waldron aforesaid my brother in law Overseers 

[Vol. lo, p. I.] of this my last will & Testament & I give unto either of them for their paynes 

20^ apeece. In Witness whereof I have hereunto sett my hande & my seale 

the day & Yeare first above written John Fuller. Witnesses to this my last 

will & Testament those whose names are hereunto subscribed William Bishopp 

& Samuel Sampson, Thomas Hooke, Francis Browne, Edward Fuller his mark. 

Probatum fuit Testamentum suprascriptum Johannis Fuller nuper dum vixit 

de Waldron defuncti coram Magistro Willmo Imans Presbitero Surragato 

Tricesimo die i\Iaii Anno Dno Millesimo sexcentesimo decimo quinto juramento 

Samuelis Fuller filii naturalis et legitimi dicti defuncti ac Executoris & Cui 

commissa fuit Administra^o bonorum & de bene et fideli administrando &c. ad 

sancta &c. Jurato. 

Lewes, A. xv. 2j, 74. 



Fuller Family Deeds. 

Indentures made 2 August 1643, between (i) Samuel Fuller of Waldron, 
CO. Sussex, esquire, and his son and heir apparent John Fuller (2) John Nutt 
of Berwick, co. Sussex, clerk. 

In consideration of the intended marriage of John Fuller and Anne Nutt, 
eldest daughter of the said John Nutt, Samuel and John Fuller covenant with 
the said John Nutt to be seized of "Woodplace," in Waldron, " Brownes," in 
Heathfield, etc., etc., to the use of the said John and Anne and their issue. 

Signature of John Nutt. 

Witnesses: Abraham Holford, Anna Nutt. 



Indenture made 4 May 1674, between (i) Sir (leorge Courthope of Whiligh 
in Ticehurst, co. Sussex, knight. Dame Elizabeth his wife, and George 
Courthope, esquire, their eldest son and heir apparent, (2) John Fuller of 
Waldron, esquire, and Anne Fuller his only daughter (3) Sir Thomas Peirce 
of Seale, co. Kent, baronet, and Sir Thomas Nut of Lewes, co. Sussex, knight. 

Intended marriage between George Courthope and Anne Fuller. 

Signatures of George Courthop, Eliza Courthop, (jeorge Courthop. 



Articles of Agreement made 7 April 1679, between (i) John Fuller, the 
elder, of Waldron, co. Sussex, esquire, and his eldest son John Fuller, gent, 
and (2) Sir John Biggs of Petersfield, co. Hants, knight. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between John Fuller, the son, and 
Elizabeth Fowle, spinster, only daughter and heir of .Samuel Fowle, late Citizen 
of London, by {Jane) his wife, now wife of the said Sir John Higgs, it is 
agreed that John Fuller, the elder, shall settle on the said John and Elizabeth 
the parsonage of Chiddingly and lands in Pevensey and Hailsham, co. Sussex, 
to the use of them and their issue ; also that he will make a conveyance of the 
Manor of Tanners and other lands in Waldron and elsewhere to the use of 
himself for life then of the said John Fuller, junior, and his heirs male with 

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reversion to Thomas Fuller, gent, his second son, and Stephen Fuller, gent, Fuller-Eliott- 



his third son, in turn. Sir John Biggs will convey to the said Elizabeth all 
right to messuages in London, formerly the property of Samuel Fowle, to take 
effect from the death of Dame Anne Biggs, and that if Elizabeth Fowle, after 
she attains the age of 21, shall convey to John Fuller, junior, her property in 
London and Chiddingly, he will settle on her lands of equivalent value. 
Signatures of John Fuller and John Fuller, jun^ 



^^-n.M.L^ 



dcn 



jiv/eT 



Drake. 

[Vol. 10, p. I.] 



Witnesses: Tho: Hooper, Jo: Chauntler. 

Bond of even date of John Fuller, the younger, of Waldron, gent, in the 
sum of ;;^4ooo to Sir John Biggs of Petersfield, co. Hants, knight, to keep 
covenant. 



Indentures of Lease and Release made 22 and 23 August 1679, between 
(i) John Fuller of Waldron, co. Sussex, esquire, eldest son and heir of John 
Fuller, late of Waldron, esquire, deceased, (2) Sir Anthony Shirley of Preston, 
CO. Sussex, baronet, Sir Thomas Uyke of Horeham, in Waldron, baronet, and 
Sir John Biggs of Petersfield, co. Hants, knight. 

In consideration of his marriage shortly to be solemnized with Elizabeth 
Fowle, John Fuller grants to Sir Anthony Shirley, Sir Thomas Dyke and 
Sir John Biggs, the parsonage, etc., of Chiddingly, the manor of Tanners and 
other lands in Waldron, Heathfield, Pevensey, Hailsham and Hellingly, co. 
Sussex, in trust to make a jointure for the said Elizabeth and for themselves 
for life and then to their heirs male with provision for daughters in the case 
of failure of male heirs. 

Signature of John Fuller. 

Witnesses: George Courthope, Thomas Fuller, Stephen Fuller, Tho: Hooper, 
John Hooper. 



c 





fc//m6/ij^ 







Indentures of Lease and Release made 14 and 15 July 1703, between 
(i) John Fuller, senior, of Waldron, co. Sussex, esquire, and John Fuller, 
junior, of Waldron, esquire, his eldest son and heir apparent, (2) Francis Rose 
of the Island of Jamaica, esquire, and John Heathcote of London, merchant, 
(3) Hans Sloane of S' Giles' in the Fields, co. Middlesex, M.D., and Elizabeth 



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Fuller-EHott- his wife, widow and executrix of Fulke Rose, late of Jamaica, esquire, deceased. 



Drake. 

[\'ol. 10, p. I.] 



and her eldest daughter, Elizabeth Rose, spinster, (4) John Lade of S' Saviour's, 
Southwark, esquire, Thomas Fuller of Brightling, gent, Stephen Fuller of 
Mayfield, gent, and John Bernard, Citizen and Upholsterer. 

In consideration of the intended marriage of the said John Fuller, junior, 
and Elizabeth Rose, John Fuller, senior, and John Fuller, junior, grant unto 
Francis Rose and John Heathcote the Manor of Tanners, the Furnace Lands, 
Wood Place and other lands in Waldron, the Rectory of Chiddingly, co. 
Sussex ; lands in Pevensey and Hailsham (in the occupation of Samuel Fuller, 
gent), in Hellingly, Heathfield, and Brightling (in occupation of Thomas Fuller) 
and elsewhere in the county of Sussex, in trust to provide a jointure for 
the said Elizabeth and for the issue of the marriage. 

Signatures of (and seal) John Fuller, senior, (and seal) John Fuller, junior, 
John Heathcote, Hans Sloane, Elizabeth Sloane, (and seal) Eliz : Ro.se 
John Lade, John Barnard. 



c. 



dc-n 




Witnesses : Oliver Marton, Sam' Osborn, John Butler, Tho. Isted, Allice 
Baillie. 



Indentures made 25 and 26 April 1733, between (i) William Sloane of 
S' George's, Bloomsbury, co. Middlesex, esquire, (2) Sir Hans Sloane of Chelsea, 
CO. Middlesex, baronet, and Francis Annesley of the Isle of Jamaica, esquire, 
(3) John Fuller, the elder, of Rosehill, esquire, and his daughter Elizabeth 
Fuller (4) John Fuller, the younger, of Brightling, co. Sussex, esquire, and 
Thomas Fuller of Mayfield, co. Sussex, gent. 

Intended marriage between the said William Sloane and Elizabeth Fuller. 



Indentures of Lease and Release made 6 and 7 July 1744, between 
(i) Lawrence Noakes of Brightling, co. Sussex, gent, and Anne his wife, and 
Elizabeth Noakes their daughter, (2) John Fuller, the elder, of Brightling, 
esquire, and his son Stephen Fuller (3) Sir Thomas Dyke of Horeham, in 
Waldron, co. Sussex, baronet, and John Constable of Burwash, co. Sussex, 
gent, (4) John Fuller, the younger, esquire (eldest son of the said John Fuller, 
the elder), and Stephen Sivier of Bodiam, co. Sussex, gent. 

In consideration of the intended marriage of the said Stephen Fuller and 
Elizabeth Noakes, Lawrence Noakes grants unto Sir Thomas Dyke and John 

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Constable, "Twyfords" and other lands, etc., in Brightling, Hove, Eurwash Fuller-Eliott- 
and AVarbleton, co. Sussex, in trust to tlie use of the said Lawrence and Anne Drake. 

Noakes for life, subject to an annuity to the said Stephen and Elizabeth, and [Vol. lo, p. i.] 
then to the use of the said Stcjjhen and Elizabeth and their issue. 

Signatures of Lawrence Noakes, A. Noakes, Eliz: Noakes, (and Seal) Johri 
Fuller, S. Fuller, J. Fuller, junior, Stephen Sivyer. 



S/c^. ^c^fi.£^ 





Witnesses : Edward Mihvard, junior, James Courthope. 



Indentures of Lease and Release made 31 October and i November 1755, 
between (i) Rose Fuller of Rosehill, co. Sussex, esquire, eldest brother and 
heir-at-law of John Fuller, late of Rosehill, esquire, deceased, (2) Elizabeth 
Fuller, widow of the said John Fuller (3) Samuel Calverley of Southwark, co. 
Surrey, gent, (4) Thomas Lintall, the younger, of the same, gent, (5) Sir John 
Cust of Grantham, co. Lincoln, baronet, and Richard Crop of Fenchurch 
Street, London, esquire. 

By Indentures of Lease and Release made 8 and 9 August 1746, between 
(i) John Fuller (2) Francis Dayrell of Camps, co. Cambridge, esquire, and his 
daughter (the .said Elizabeth Fuller), then Elizabeth Dayrell, s[)inster, 
(3) Marmaduke Dayrell, the elder, of Lincoln's Inn, co. Middlesex, escjuire, 
and \Vhistler Webster of Battle Abbey, co. Sussex, esquire, (4) Thomas Sergison 
of Cuckfield, co. Sussex, esciuire, and Brownlow Dayrell of Lincoln's Inn, 
esquire, (5) Henry Fuller of Brightling, co. Susse.x, esquire, and Marmaduke 
Dayrell of Lincoln's Inn, esquire, made previous to his marriage with the 
said Elizabeth Dayrell, John Fuller made a settlement for life by way of jointure 
on her, of the Manor of Oxney and lands in Ringwold and Oxney, co. Kent ; 
the parsonage of Chiddingly and lands in Chiddingly, Berwick, Alciston, 
Selmeston, Hailsham, &c., co. Sussex, which lands, by his will at her death, 
will come to the said Rose Fuller his heir ; it is now agreed that the said 
lands be granted to Samuel Calverley in trust for Rose F"uller, subject to an 
annuity of ;£^5oo to the said Elizabeth Fuller. 

Signatures of Rose Fuller, Eliz: Fuller, Sam' Calverley, Thos. Lintall. 




Witnesses; Hester Vevers, Robert Turner, Thomas Barry, A\'illiam (lolding. 



/ am indebted to Mr. William Augustus Raper 0/ Battle, co^ 
Sussex, for particulars of the above deeds. — F. A.C. 



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Fry. 

[Vol. 10, p. 



Pedigree of Fry. 



■30 



Thomas Fry of Tarrant Gunville, co. Dorset ; Churchwarden of Tarrant=j=Agnes, mentioned 



Gunville 1552, a land-holder in Tarrant Gunville and at Beermarsh, in the 
parish of Shilling Okeford, co. Dorset, in 1553 ; mentioned in his brother's 
will 2 April 1555; living in 1574. Will (now lost) dated 24 January 157°. 



in a fine of 1553. 



Robert Fry of Eston, in Donhead St.=. . . Barnard, 
Andrew's, co. Wilts; bur. at Berwick dau. of Jerome 
St. John's, CO. Wilts, 20 April 1584. Barnard ; living 
Will dated 17 April 1584, proved 15 17 April 1584. 
May 1584 (P.C.C. 5 Watson). 



John Fry of Tarrant Gunville ; born 
circa 1543 ; held land in Beermarsh 
together with Hugh Fry in 1586. 
Will dated 20 May 1626, proved 
4 June 1626 (P.C.C. 92 Hele). 



A 



Richard Moore of Shillin^=f=Edith, executrix 



Okeford, co. Dorset ; 
executor to will of Robert 
Fry 15 May 1584. Will 
dated 20 December 1600, 
proved 18 November 1601 
(P.C.C. 79 Woodhall). 



to her husband's 
will 1 8 Novem- 
ber 1 60 1. 



A 



Ellis Langford of Gussage St.=j=Joan, executrix 
Andrew's, co. Dorset ; died to her husband's 
3 April 1585. Will dated 24 will 7 May 1585. 
December 1580, proved 7 May 
1585 (P.C.C. 20 Brudenell). 
Inq. p. m. taken at Sherborne 
7 June 1585 (C Vol. 207, 
No. iig). /\ 



Thomas Fry of= 
Tarrant Gunville 
and Chetnole, in 
Yetminster, co. 
Dorset ; mentioned 
in will of his 
brother Robert 17 
April 1584 ; living 
in 1627. 



/K 



=Joan Devenish, dau. 
of Henry Devenish 
of Pulhani, co. Dor- 
set ; marr. about 
1596 (Chan. Pro., 

James I., L. i, 6, 
and Chan. Depns., 
Bridges, 342). 



Stephen Fry of Hinton Martell,: 
CO. Dorset, gent ; Churchwarden 
of Hinton Martell 1582, 1601 and 
161 6; bought farm of Ashgrove, 
in Donhead St. Mary, co. Wilts, 
from Charles Cox 20 January 
3 James I. [1606] ; bur. at Hin- 
ton Martell 18 April 1619. Will 
dated 2 .^pril 1618, proved 6 July 
1 61 9 (P.C.C. 75 Parker). 



=pMary, executrix to 
her husband's will 
6 July 1619 ; bur. 
at Hinton Martell 
18 April 1622. Ad- 
ministration granted 
25 November 1634 
(P.C.C.) 



Christopher Fry of Hinton Martell ; aged 40 in= 
161 9 {Chan. Depns., Bridges, 342); Church- 
warden of Hinton Martell 1631 and 1632 ; bur. at 
Hinton Martell 28 April 1639. Administration 
granted 14 June 1639 (P.C.C.) Administration 
under a nuncupative will made "a day or two 
before his death " granted to his son, Stephen I'ry, 
31 October 1661 (P.C.C. 155 ]\lay). 



=Alice, administratrix to 
her husband 14 June 
1639; bur. at Hinton 
Martell 21 May 1661. 



Thomas Fry, 
bapt. at Hin- 
ton Martell 19 
July 1579, bur. 
there 5 January 
following. 



/N 



SO 



William Fry of Spetisbury, co. Dorset ; Bailiff of the manor of= 
Spetisbury, CO. Dorset, 1539-47; Churchwarden of Spetisbury 1552. 
Will dated 2 April 1555, proved 2 July 1555 (P.C.C. 28 More). 
Inq. p. m. taken at Corfe Castle 16 July, 4 Eliz. [1562] (C. Vol. 274, 
^o- S3)- 



^Isabella, mentioned in 
a lease for 30 years of a 
house in Spetisbury, 
made in 1520. 



John Collins. =j=Mary, marr. Thomas Keynell^Thomasine, aged 18 and unmarried 2 April 
before 2 April of Spetisbury; 1555; abducted by her husband in 1555 
1555. living in 1562. (Siar Chamber Proceedings, Philip and 

Mary, Bundles 8, No. jo, and 24, No. 275) ; 
/t^ living in 1562. 



Thomas Fry of Hinton Martell, co. Dorset, and Ashgrove, in=j=Grace Horsford, dau. of 



Donhead St. Mary, co. Wilts, gent ; bapt. at Hinton Martell 26 
March 1581 ; fined for knighthood 1630, fined as delinquent 
21 August 1645; took the negative oath 4 August 1645; living 
I May 1652. 



^f B 



William Horsford of Dor- 
chester, gent, by Joan his 
wife; aged 60 in 1652; 
bur. at Donhead St. Mary 
22 April 1680. 



William Fry of Ashgrove ; of St. Edmund's Hall, Oxford, matriculated=j=Mary Lindsey, dau. 
5 April 1639, aged 17 ; he joined the Society of Friends and assigned ' of Edward Lindsey, 



to them a burying ground at Ashgrove 24 March 1702 ; died, aged 86, 
2 February, bur. at Ashgrove 15 February 170I-. Will dated 8 October 
1707, proved 15 May 1708 (P.C.C. 114 Barrett). 




merchant. Mayor of 
Weymouth, co. Dor- 
set, in 1626 and 1638; 
died before 8 October 
1707. 



Thomas Fry of Ashgrove and=i=Mary Redman, dau. and coheir of 'I'homas Redman of West 



Shapwick, co. Dorset ; died 1 7 
December, bur. at Tollard Royal, 
CO. Dorset, 20 December 1723. 



A 



Parley, co. Dorset; died 31 January, bur. at Donhead St. 
Mary 5 February 17 if. Will (no longer extant) dated 
I June 17 1 2. 



51 



Samuel Smyth of= 
Huish, in Bloxworth, 
CO. Dorset ; died 
s.p. Administration 
granted 17 October 
1633 (P.CC.) ist 
husband. 



=Jane, bapt. at Hinton Marten,=Henry Wolferyes of Ibsley, co. Hants, 



CO. Dorset, 14 January i58|-; 
administratrix to her ist husband 
17 October 1633. Administra- 
tion granted 13 November 1648 
and 28 November 1649 (P.CC.) 



gent (son of Richard Wolferyes, by 
Alice his wife); born in 1582; died 
s.p. in 1670. Will dated 23 October 
1670, proved 20 November 1671 
(P.CC. 139 Duke). He married 2ndly 
Joan, dau. of John Fry of Tarrant 
Gunville, co. Dorset. 2nd husband. 



Rev. John Matthew, Vicar of Awliscombe, co.=j=Honor, marr. at Charminster, co. Dorset, 26 



Devon, and of Semley, co. Wilts. 
2ndly. 



He married 



December 1648; bur. at 
Dorset, 20 December 1655. 



Ashmore, co. 



A 



William Fry of Bristol, soap boiler ;= 
apprenticed to Edmund Wills of Bristol, 
soap boiler, in 1677; executor to his 
father's will 15 May 1708; bur. in the 
Friends' Burial Ground, Redcliffe, Bristol, 
31 July 1746. Will dated 11 October 
1745, proved at Bristol 24 September 1746. 



=Rebecca Mace, dau. of Stephen Fry, mentioned 



Gilbert Mace of Bishops- 
gate, London, silk 
weaver, by Anne his ist 
wife ; marr. in London 
23 April 1691 ; bur. at 
Redcliffe, Bristol, 16 
August 1745. 



in Chancery Proceedings 

18 June 1 67 1 {Chafi. 

Fro. before 17 14, Mit- 

ford, 176, 79; 406, 43). 



William Fry of Bristol ;=j=Mary Dowell, dau. of Edward Dowell of Bristol, 



born at Bristol 
January 169I; (?) died 
before 1 1 October 
«745- 



A 



cheesemonger; marr. at Bristol 22 August 1717 : 
bur. at Redcliffe, Bristol, 7 November 1754. 
Will dated 3 June 1752, proved at Bristol 
14 June 1755. 



Gilbert Fry, born 
at Bristol's De- 
cember 1694; died 
before 1 6 February 
J72|- 



5» 



John Fry, men- 
tioned in Chancery 
Proceedings i8 
June 167 1 {Chan. 
Fro. before 1714, 
Mitford, 176, 7p ; 
406, 43)- 



Nathaniel Fry, men- 
tioned in Chancery 
Proceedings 18 

June 167 1 {Chan. 
Pro. before 1714, 
Mitford, 176, 7^ ; 
406, 43). 



Wilh'am Winne of= 
Trinity Minories, 
London. Adminis- 
tration was granted 
30 December 1693 
(Arch: of London, 
Vol. 17, 97). 



=Grace, administra- 
trix to her husband 
30 December 1693; 
bur. at Ashgrove, in 
Donhead St. Mary, 
CO. Wilts, 9 January 
172?. 



Mary Fry, 
baptised at 
Weymouth, 
CO. Dorset, 
23 February 
164I. 



Elizabeth Fry, mentioned 
in Chancery Proceedings 
18 June 167 1 {Chan. 
Pro. before 1714, Mit- 
ford, 176, 7g ; 406, 43). 



Anna Fry, bur. 
at Ashgrove 10 
October 1686. 



Sarah Fry, mentioned in 
Chancery Proceedings 
18 June 167 1 {Chan. 
Pro. before 1714, Mit- 
ford, 176, 7Q ; 406, 43). 



I 
John Parham of=Jane. 
Semley, co. Wilts ; 
bur. at Ashgrove 
7 October 1733. 



Joseph Fry of Bristol ;= 
born 3 1 January 1 69I ; 
commenced the Family 
Bible28 July 1726; (?) bur. 
at Bristol 11 April 1748. 



=Elizabeth Mell, dau. of John Mell of Rotherhithe, co. Surrey, 
by Mary his wife ; born 26 June 1692 ; marriage licence (Faculty 
Ofifice) dated 2 April 1722 ; (?) died in 1757. 




ij:ra^ 




^i 



John Winne of Bristol ; marr. at St. Augustine's, =j=Rebecca.^James Ryall, 



Bristol, 1 5 September 
ist husband. 



1 7 13; died in 1736. 



2nd husband. 



A 



Joseph Fry of Great Marlow, co. Buckingham, = 
M.D. ; born 27 September, bapt. at Rotherhithe, 
CO. Surrey, 13 October 1723; died 11 October, 
bur. at Great Marlow 18 October 1798. 
Administration granted 12 November 1798 
(P.C.C.) Silhouette i?i the possession of Edu'ard 
Alexander Afeny Fry. 



=Susanna Catherine Guinand, dau. of John 
Henry Guinand, by Elizabeth his ist wife ; 
aged 16 in February i73|-; died, aged 83, 
22 October, bur. at Stoke Newington, co. 
Middlesex, 29 October 1803. Silhouette in the 

possession of Ed'ward Alexander Mercy Fry. 



Catharine Susanna=i= 
Rebotier, dau. of 
Charles Rebotier of 
London, by Magda- 
lene his wife, dau. of 
John Henry Guinand; 
born 31 July, bapt. at 
Stoke Newington 1 1 
August 1766; marr. 
there 25 September 
I 788, marriage licence 
(Faculty Office) dated 
22 September; died 
3 October, bur. at 
Stoke Newington 10 
October 1793. Minia- 
ture in the possession 
of Edward Alexander 
Mercy Fry. ist wife. 

A 



Henry Sampson Fry of Hampton= 
Bishop, CO. Hereford ; born 2 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. at Sunbury, co. Middlesex, 
18 February 1755 ; administrator to 
his father 12 November 1798; died 
9 October, bur. at Newent, co. 
Gloucester, 15 October 1827. Will 
dated 26 October 1826, proved 27 
Nfjvember 1827 (P.C.C. 641 Heber). 
Miniature in the possession of Edward 
Alexatider Mercy Fry. 



^Margaret Tyers Wood, dau. of 
John Wood of Kennington, co. 
Surrey, by Elizabeth his wife ; 
born in 1757; marr. at St. 
George's, Bloomsbury, London, 
31 January 1805 ; died s.p., 
aged 63, 18 September, bur. at 
Hampton Bishop 22 September 
1820. 2nd wife. 





or 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and 
Wales," Vol. A'., page 13.) 



54 



William Fry of Rother-= 
hithe, CO. Surrey, 
sailmaker ; born in 
Bristol 30 March 1726. 



Catherine Elizabeth Fry, born 
Weales. 19 January 172J-, died 
at Rotherhithe 23 
September following. 



Sampson Carver 
of Tottenham, 
CO. Middlesex, 
surgeon. 



A 



A 



=Elizabeth, bom 
3 February, bapt. 
at Rotherhithe 26 
February lyff. 



Frederick William Stevens Griffiths,= 
Ensign Bengal Army 13 August 
1776, Lieutenant 29 July 1778; 
died at Barhampore, Bengal, 20 
October 1 791, bur. there. M.I. 



'Elizabeth Jane, born at Sunbury, 
CO. Middlesex, 11 April 1756; 
marr. at Great Marlow, co. 
Buckingham, 1 5 December 1 788 ; 
died 29 August 1834, bur. at 
Clifton, near Bristol. 



Josepha Fry, born 25 
July, bapt. at Sunbury, 
10 August 1757 ; died 
19 January, bur. at 
Newent, co. Gloucester, 
25 January 1832. 



A 



Magdalene Fry (twin with 
Susannah), born 5 Septem- 
ber, bapt. at Sunbury 23 
September 1758, died the 
same day. 



Susannah Fry (twin with 
Magdalene), born 5 Sep- 
tember 1758, died 20 
September following, bur. 
at Sunbury. 



Susannah Fry, born in Church 
Street, Spitalfields, co. Middlesex, 
13 September 1760; died at 
Gloucester 15 June, bur. at Newent 
20 June 1839. 



55 



Sherborne. 

[Vol. lo, p. 20.] 



Pedigree of Naper of Swyre, co. Dorset, and Lougkcrew, 

CO. Meath. 



John Napier 
of Swyre, CO. 
Dorset. 



=Anne Russel, dau. 
of John Russel of 
Berwick, co. Dorset. 



.=Edward Napper of Swyre and of Holywell, co.=f=Anne Peyto, dau. of Sir John 



ist wife. Oxford; B.A. (Oxford) 2 July 1526, Fellow of 
All Souls' College 1527, M.A. 1530; died 14 
August 1558. Will dated 8 and 12 August 
1558, proved 19 October 1558 (P.C.C. 
18 Welles). Inq. p. ni. taken at Sherborne 



5 April 1559 {E. File g46, No. ig). /^ 

{For issue see page 62.) 



Peyto of Wavesham, co. Oxford ; 
marriage licence (Faculty Office) 25 
January 1544; living 13 May 1573, 
and then aged 48. She marr. 
zndly Philip Huckle. 2nd wife. 



John Napier, living= 
8 August 1558; died 
before 1572. 



A 



James Napper of Swyre, gent ; executor to will of= 
his brother Edward 19 October 1558. Will 
(undated) proved 2 April 1572 (P.C.C. 11 Daper). 



Milliard. 



John Napier of Baglake,=j= 
CO. Dorset ; executor to 
his father's will 2 April 
1572- 



William Napier of Puncknoll, co.=j=Anne Shelton, 
Dorset, esquire ; mentioned in his dau. of Wil- 
father's will; died 30 March 1620. liam Shelton 
Inq. p. m. taken at Blandford 17 ofOngarPark, 
August 1620 (C. rW. 3^4, No. if), co. Essex. 



/K 



A\ 



Catherine Ware-=j=Sir Robert Napper of Middlemarsh Hall, co.= 
ham, dau. of Dorset, knight. Chief Baron of the Exchecquer 
John Wareham. in Ireland ; Fellow of Exeter College, Oxford, 
I St wife. 1559-66, B.A. 1562; of the Middle Temple, 

admitted 1565; M.P. for Dorchester 10 October 
1586, for Bridport 27 October 1601, and for 
Wareham 2 7 February 1 6of ; Chief Baron of the 
Exchequer in Ireland to April 1593 to 1602 ; 
Sheriff of co. Dorset 1606; aged about 7^2, 12 
August 1 61 4,; died at Grange, co. Dorset, 26 Sep- 
tember 161 5, bur. at Minterne Magna, co. Dorset. 
M.I. Will dated 12 August 1614 to 20 August 
1 6 15, proved 15 November 16 15 (P.C.C. 108 
Riidd). Inq. p. m. taken at Sherborne 27 March 
1616 (C. Vol. 356, No. log). 



^Magdalen Denton, dau. 
of Sir Anthony Denton ; 
died (?) 25 March 1624, 
bur. at Minterne Magna. 
M.I. Will dated 21 
March 162^. Adminis- 
tration granted 5 June 
1624 (P.C.C. S7,Byrde). 
2nd wife. 



Sir John Ryves of Damory Court, co. Dorset, knight; of Hart Hall,=Anne, living 12 Au- 
Oxford, matriculated 2 May 1581, aged 15; of the Middle Temple gust 1614; bur. in 
1582; knighted at Whitehall 8 February 1607. Will dated 2 January Blandford Church. 
162I, proved 5 March 162I, by Thomas Ryves, LL.D., brother (P.C.C 1st wife. 
30 Clarke). He married 2ndly Dorothy, dau. of Henry Hastings. 



56 



Nicholas Napier of Tintinhull, co. Somerset ;= 
mentioned in will of his brother Edward 8 August 
1558; bur. at Tintinhull 28 September 1579. 
M.I. Will dated 25 September 1579, proved 
21 November 1579 (P.C.C. 45 Bakoti). 



^Alice, executrix 
to her husband's 
will 2 1 November 
1579- 



. . Jessop.- 



A 

{See '■'■ Somersetshire Wills" Jrd Series, 
page 1 01.) 



=Thomasine, 
living 8 Au- 
gust 1558. 



A 



Sir Nathaniel Napper of Middlemarsh Hall and More Critchell,= 
CO. Dorset, knight; of Exeter College, Oxford, matriculated 18 
June 1602, aged 14; admitted to the Middle Temple 1603; 
aged 27 and more 26 September 1615 ; executor to his father's 
will 15 November 1615 ; knighted at Newmarket 30 November 
1617 ; Sheriff of co. Dorset 1620; M.P. for co. Dorset 25 April 
1625, for Wareham 25 January 162I, and for Milborne Port 26 
May 1628; died 6 September 1635, bur. at Minterne Magna, 
CO. Dorset. M.I. Will dated 14 February 163!, proved i 
February 163^ (P.C.C. 15 File). Inq. p. m. taken at BJandford 
I April 1636 (C. Vol. sjS, No. no). 



=Elizabeth Gerard, dau. and 
heir of John Gerard of Hyde, 
in the Isle of Purbeck, 
gent, by Anne his wife, 
dau. of John Dacoombe of 
Steepleton, co. Dorset ; marr. 
in London 26 December 
1605, marriage settlements 
dated 10 July ; died 7 Oc- 
tober 1624, bur. at Minterne 
Magna. M.I. 



Sir Gerard Napier of Middlemarsh Hall= 
and More Critchell, baronet ; bapt. at 
Steeple, co. Dorset, 19 October 1606; 
aged 27 and more 6 September 1635; 
M.P. for Wareham 22 February 162I, and 
for Melcombe Regis 21 October 1640; 
created a baronet 25 June 1641, knighted 
at Whitehall 29 June following ; Sheriff of 
CO. Dorset i65y; died 14 May 1673, bur. 
.at Minterne Magna. M.I. Will dated 

12 November 1667, 11 January 167^ and 

13 May 1673, proved 21 October 1673 
(P.C.C. 128 Pye). 



■Margaret Colles, dau. 
and coheir of John 
Colles of Barton, co. 
Somerset, esquire, by 
Elizabeth .his wife ; 
marriage settlements 
dated 20 December 
1632 ; died in 1660, 
bur. at Minterne 
Magna. M.I. Ad- 
ministration granted 
i9June 1665 (P.C.C.) 



/ts 



Thomas Clarke,^Magdalen, 

living 14 Feb- bapt. at 

ruary 163I. Steeple 6 

December 

1607. 



(For issue see page 64.) 



57 



Anne Corrance, dau.=j=Robert Napper of Punck-^ 



of Alan Corrance of 
Wykin, co. Suffolk ; 
marriage licence 

(Bishop of London) 
dated 12 July 1637, 
then aged 21 ; bur. 
at Puncknoll, co. 
Dorset. Adminis- 
tration was granted 
27 November 1667 
(P.C.C.) ist wife. 



A 



noil ; of Queen's College, 
Oxford, matriculated 21 
November 1628, aged 17; 
executor to his father's 
will I April 1636 ; of the 
Middle Temple, Barrister- 
at-Law 1637; aged 77, 
14 January i68f ; died in 
1686, bur. at Puncknoll. 
Will dated 14 January 
i68|. Administration 

granted 4 December 1686 
(P.C.C. 170 Lloyd). 



Katharine Hawley= 

(sister of Francis, 
ist Lord Hawley), 
dau. of Sir Henry 
Hawley of Wivelis- 
combe, co. Somer- 
set, knight, by 
Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of Sir Anthony 
Paulett. 2nd wife. 



=Mary Evelyn, dau. of Sir 
Thomas Evelyn of Long 
Ditton, CO. Surrey, 
baronet ; marriage licence 
(Vicar-General) dated 18 
March i66|; renounced 
execution of her husband's 
will 4 December 1686; 
bur. at Long Ditton. 
Will dated 23 May 1692, 
proved 1 4 November 
1692, by Arthur Evelyn, 
brother(P.C.C. 2o2,Fane). 
3rd wife. 



{For issue see page 6y.) 



John Napier of= 
Minterne Magna, 
CO. Dorset, gent ; 
mentioned in his 
father's will 14 
February 1 63I ; 
bur. at Minterne 
Magna 3 Feb- 
ruary i69f. Will 
dated 1 2 April 
1693, with codicil 
dated i May 
1693, proved 
3 March 169I 
(P.C.C. 61 Box). 



A 



Rev. Nathaniel Napier,=j= 
of Trinity College, 
Oxford, matriculated 
10 September 1634, 
aged 18, B.A. 1636, 
M.A. 1640, Fellow 
of All Souls' College 
1638-48; Vicar of 
Milborne Port, co. 
Somerset, 29 Novem- 
ber 1660, Rector of 
Winterbourne Zel- 
stone, CO. Dorset, 
1666 ; died before 
19 May 1674. 

A 



James Naper of= 
Loughcrew, co. 
Meath, esquire ; 
M.P. (Ireland) 
for Enniscorthy 
3 June 1661 ; 
died in Octo- 
ber 1676. Will 
dated 1 1 Octo- 
ber 1676, proved 
i60ctober 1676 
(Prerog: Court, 
Ireland). 



=Dorothy Petty, dau. 
of Anthony Petty 
of Romsey, co. 
Hants ; executrix 
to her husband's 
will 16 October 
1676 ; died at 
St. Martin's-in-the- 
Fields, Westmin- 
ster, in 1692. Will 
dated 9 January 
i68», proved 29 
July' 1690 (P.C.C. 
112 Dyke). 



William Naper of 
Loughcrew, esquire ; 
of Lincoln's Inn, ad- 
mitted 19 September 
1682 ; executor to his 
mother's will 29 July 
1690; M.P. (Ireland) 
for Trim 26 July 1695 
to 1708. Administra- 
tion granted 3 June 
1708 (Prerog: Court, 
Ireland). 



Lieut.-General Robert Naper of Old Castle, co.=j= 
Meath ; Captain Coy's Regiment of Horse (5th 
Dragoon Guards) 20 January 169!^, Major 14 
April 1702, Lieut.-Colonel 25 August 1704, 
commanded the regiment at Blenheim, 
Ramillies and Malplaquet, Colonel 27 May 
171 7, Colonel of Horse 1707, Brigadier-General 
171", Major-General 1727, Lieut.-General 1735; 
M.P. (Ireland) for Athboy 1727-39; died 23 
November 1739. VVill dated 18 March 173I, 
with codicil dated 25 June 1739, proved 
16 June 1740 (Prerog: Court, Ireland). /|y 



^Anne Bickerstaflfe, 
executrix to her hus- 
band's will 16 June 
1740. Will dated 19 
August 1773, proved 
7 October 1773, 
by Dorothy Naper, 
daughter (P.C.C. 
401 Stevens). 



S8 



Henry 

Napier. 



Anne, mentioned in HuinphryWalrond=f=Elizabeth, Jane, living Frances, living 



her grandfather's will of Sea, in Ilmin- 
12 August 1614; living ster, co. Somerset, 
21 March 1623. esquire. 



living 14 14 February 
February 163I. 



A\ 



14 February 
i63f. 



Elizabeth Tandy,= 
dau. of Thomas 
(?) Tandy of 
Drusetown, co. 
Meath; marriage 
licence (Prerog ; 
Court, Ireland) 
dated 19 March 
i68|. ist wife. 



=Tames Naper of Loughcrew, co.= 
Meath; not 21, 11 October 1676; 
M.P. (Ireland) for Athboy 12 
August 1695 to 1699, for Trim 
1708-13, and for CO. Meath 1715; 
died, aged 56, in 17 16, bur. in 
Loughcrew Church. Will dated 
28 March 17 17, proved 4 July 
I 7 18 (Prerog: Court, Ireland). 



=Hon'''« Elizabeth Barry,= 
dau. of Richard, 2nd 
Lord Santry, by Eliza- 
beth his wife, dau. of 
Henry Jenery; marr. at 
St. Michan's, Dublin, 1 1 
July 1695. 2nd wife. 



Gerard Naper, bapt. at St. Michan's, 
Dublin, 15 February 169I; died young. 



Dorothy, marr. 
.... Ormsby. 



Thomas White of=pSarah, marr. 26 January 



Redhills, co. Cavan, 
esquire; died 10 
January i7|§. /j^ 



170?; died 16 January 1762, 
bur. at Belturbet, co. Cavan. 



=Ann Dutton, dau. 
of Sir Ralph Dut- 
ton of Sherborne, 
co.Gloucester, ist 
baronet, by Mary 
his 2nd wife, dau. 
of Peter Bar- 
wick, M.D. ; died, 
aged 48, in 1 7 18; 
bur. at Lough- 
crew. Adminis- 
tration granted 1 8 
April 1720, to her 
father ( Prerog : 
Court, Ireland). 
3rd wife. 



Ingoldsby, 
ist wife. 



James Lenox Dutton of Loughcrew ; took the name of Dutton= 
instead of Naper in 1748; e.xecutor to will of his brother William 
6 March 1740- ; M.P. (Ireland) for co. Meath; died, aged 63, 
8 September, bur. at Sherborne 14 September 1776. Will dated 
8 September 1772, with codicil dated 25 June 1776, proved 22 April 
1777 (P.C.C. 152 Collier). 



John Lenox Dutton of Maidenhead, co. Berks, esquire; bur. 
at Sherborne 7 September 1771. W'ill dated 25 March 1769, 
proved 31 August 1771 (P.C.C. 338 Trevor). 



Jane Bond, dau. 
of Christopher 
Bond of New- 
land, CO. Glou- 
cester ; living 
8 September 
1772 ; died 
before 25 June 
1776. 2nd wife. 



James, Lord Sherborne, born at Sherborne= 
22 October, bapt. there 27 October 1744; 
of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 24 
January 1763; M.P. for co. Gloucester 
24 January 1781 ; took the name of Dutton 
by Royal Licence dated 19 April 1784; 
created Baron Sherborne 20 May 1784; 
died at Sherborne 22 May 1820, bur. 
there. Will dated 25 November 18 18, 
proved 9 June 1820 (P.C.C. 377 Kent). 



^Elizabeth Coke (sister of Thomas, ist Earl of 
Leicester of Holkham, co. Norfolk), dau. of 
Wenman Coke of Holkham, by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of George Chamberlayne ; born 28 May 
1753 ; marr. at Longford, co, Derby, 7 July 1774 ; 
died at Rushcombe House, co. Berks, 17 December, 
bur. at Sherborne 24 December 1824. M.I. 

i^See Pedigree of Leicester, " Visitation of England 
and IVales," Vol. VIII., page IJJ.) 



Thomas, Earl of Suffolk ; born 18 August, bapt. at Henley-on-Thames, =f=Elizabeth Jane, born 28 



CO. Oxford, 20 October 1776; educated at Eton and at Christ 
Church, Oxford, B.A. 1798 ; admitted to Lincoln's Inn 6 June 1795 ; 
M.P. for Arundel 5 July 1802 ; succeeded his father as i6th Earl of 
Suffolk and 9th Earl of Berkshire 23 January 1820; F.S.A. 1S20; 
Colonel Wiltshire Militia 1827; died at Charlton, co. Wilts, 
4 December 1S51, bur. there. 

59 



May 1775 ; marr. at 
St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 3 Jan- 
uary 1803 ; died at 
Charlton 18 April 1836, 
bur. there. 



A 



Lieut. -General Richard Ingoldsby, Major in Sir Henry Ingoldsby's Foot 8 March=j=Frances, marr. 



i68f, Colonel 8 November 1689, commanded the regiment at the battle of 
Newry 24 November following ; Adjutant-General in the expedition to the 
French coast under the Duke of Schomberg 30 June 1692 ; Colonel 23rd 
Welsh Fusiliers 169I, commanded the regiment at the siege of Namur 1695, 
Brigadier-General i June 1696, Major-General 170^, Lieut.-General i January 
lyof; in command of a division under Marlborough 1 702-1 706, including 
the attack on Schellenburgh and battle of Blenheim ; Colonel Royal Irish 
Regiment 1705; M.P. (Ireland) for Limerick 1703; Commander of the I 
Forces in Ireland 1707; died while acting as Lord Justice 29 January 171!, 
bur. in Christ Church, Dublin. Will dated 29 January 170J, proved 14 1 
February 171!^ (Prerog: Court, Ireland). /{^ 



after 9 January 
i68f; living 
14 February 
174- 



William Naper of Hillsborough, 
CO. Meath, esquire ; bur. at 
Loughcrew, co. Meath. Will 
dated 28 February 1743, proved 
6 March i74i (Prerog: Court, 
Ireland). 



Dillon Pollard of Castle= 
Pollard, CO. Westmeath. 
AVill proved in Dublin 
in 1740. 



=Anna Maria, marriage settlements 
registered 16 June 1739. Will 
dated 3 March 1761, proved 
24 January 1763 (Prerog: Court, 
Ireland). 



Samuel Black well= Anne, married at William Naper of Loughcrew ;=f=Jane Travell, dau. of 



of Ampney Park, 
CO. Gloucester. 



Sherborne, 
Gloucester, 15 
January 1760 ; 
died at Holkham, 
CO. Norfolk, 23 
March 182 1. 



bapt. at Sherborne 3 June 
1749; of University College, 
Oxford, matriculated 13 July 
1768, aged 19; died 28 
November 1791. Will dated 
30 July 1790, proved 20 
December 1791 (P.C.C. 
586 Bevor). )^ 



Ferdinando Tracy Tra- 
vell of Upper Slaughter, 
CO. Gloucester ; marr. 
5 June 1787; executrix 
to her husband's will 
20 December 1791. 



Anne Margaret Dutton, born 
9 November 1776; died 27 
April 1852. 



Prince John =j=Frances Mary, born 7 December 1777; marr. 
Bariatinsky, I 26 April 1806 j died at St. Petersburg 21 
died 1 3 June | March 1807. 
1825. A 



John Dutton, Baron Sherborne, bom=j=Hon'''"' Mary Stawel-Bilson-Legge, only dau. and heir 



24 January, bapt. at Sherborne 23 
February 1779; succeeded his father 
as 2nd Baron 22 May 1820; died at 
Sherborne on Sunday, 19 October, bur. 
there 27 October 1862. \\\\\ dated 19 
March 1861, with codicil dated 25 July 
1862, proved 2t November 1862, by 
Charles John, Earl of Suffolk and Berk- 
shire, nephew, and Charles Frederick 
Bailey, gent (Prin. Reg., 627, 62). /^ 



of Henry, last Baron Stawel of Somerton, co. Somerset, 
by Mary his wife, 2nd dau. of .^ssheton, ist Viscount 
Curzon of Penn, co. Buckingham; born 22 July, 
bapt. at St. George's, Hanover Square, London, 18 
August 1780; marr. there 11 August 1803; died at 
Bradwell Grove, co. Oxford, on Friday, 2 1 October, 
bur. at Sherborne 28 October 1864. Administration 
granted 23 November 1864, to James Henry Legge, 
Baron Sherborne, son (Prin. Reg.) 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. X., page 20.) 

60 



Thomas Bligh of Rathmore, co. Meath, esquire ;=r=Elizabeth, born in St. Werburgh's, Dublin ; 



M.P. (Ireland) for Athboy 21 September 1692, 
and for co. Meath 13 August 1695 to 1710; Privy 
Councillor (Ireland) ; died at Bath, co. Somerset, 
28 August 1 7 10, bur. at Trim, co. Meath. Will 
dated 22 November 1709, proved in 1710 (I'rerog: 
Court, Ireland). /f^ 



not 18, II October 1676; died 2 March 
173^, bur. at St. Bride'.s, Dublin. Will 
dated 25 July 1735, proved 4 March 1735- 
(Prerog: Court, Ireland). 



Thomas Master of= 
The Abbey, Ciren- 
cester, CO. Glouces- 
ter ; Sheriff of co. 
Gloucester 1771 ; 
M.P. for CO. Glou- 
cester 12 April 1 784 
to May 1796 ; died 
at Cirencester, aged 
79, 12 May 1823. 



A 



=Mary, bapt. at 
Sherborne, co. 
Gloucester, 24 
June 1750; 
marr. there 25 
May i769;died 
12 July 1 81 9. 



Thomas Dutton, 
bapt. at Sher- 
borne 2 1 Octo- 
ber, bur. there 
23 October 1751. 



Charles Lambart= 
of Beau Park, 
CO. Meath ; died 
in 1786. Will 
proved in Dublin. 



=Frances, bapt. at 
Sherborne 28 Oc- 
tober 1752 ; marr. 
there 9 September 
1771 ; died at 
Kenegie, co. Corn- 
wall 1 1 August 
1806. 



A 



Thomas AVilliam Coke, ist Earl of Leicester; born 6 May, bapt. at St. James',= 
Westminster, 21 May 1754; Steward, Coroner and Bailiff of the Duchy of 
Lancaster in co. Norfolk 13 April 1775; M.P. for co. Norfolk 8 May 1776 
to 24 October 1806, and 12 May 1807 to 3 December 1832, and for co. 
Derby 26 February 1807; D.L. for co. Derby 4 July 1781, and for co. 
Norfolk 20 April 1792; Major Commandant Holkham Troop of Gentry and 
Yeomanry 21 July 1798; created Earl of Leicester of Holkham, co. Norfolk, 
and Viscount Coke 12 August 1837 ; died at Longford Hall, in his 91st year, 
30 June, bur. in the family mausoleum at Tittleshall, co. Norfolk, 11 July 
1842. M.I. at Longford, also a Memorial Column at Holkham erected by 
public subscription. Will dated 2 February 1838, with codicil dated 
13 December 1839, proved 26 October 
1842 (P.C.C. 688, 42). He married 
2ndly Lady Anne Amelia, 3rd dau. 
of William Charles, 4th Earl of 
Albemarle. 




Jane, born at 
Sherborne, co. 
Gloucester, 29 
November 1 753; 
marr. there 25 
October 1775; 
died at Bath, co. 
Somerset, aged 
47, 2 June, bur. 
at Tittleshall 
16 June 1800. 
M.I. ist wife. 



(^For issue see Pedigree of Leicester, " Visitation of 
Etig/and and IVa/es," Vol. VIII., page 134.) 



Ralph Dutton of Gressenhall, co.=Honor Gubbins, administratri.x to 
Norfolk; bapt. at Sherborne 10 No- her husband 5 March 1804; died at 
vember 1755; died at Grenier's Hotel, Bath 13 January 1807. \Vill dated 
Albemarle Street, London, 25 Feb- 24 November 1806, proved 12 Feb- 
ruary 1804. Will dated 8 March ruary 1807, by Joseph Gubbins, 
1803. Administration granted 5 brother (P.C.C. 104 Lushins;ton). 
March 1804 (P.C.C. 169 Heseltine). 



Jane Dutton, 
died in infancy. 



Jemima Dut- 
ton, died in 
infancy. 



61 



Sherborne. 

[Vol. 10, p. 20.] 



Pedigree of Napper of Holywell, in Oxford. 



Edward Napier of Swyre, co.= 
Dorset, and of Holywell, in 
Oxford {see page §6). 



=An;:e Pay to, dau. of Sir 
John Peyto of Wavesham, 
CO. Oxford. 2nd wife. 



William Napper of Holy- 
well, esquire ; born at 
Holywell 19 August 1550, 
bapt. there (Chancery In- 
quisitions, Vol. 165, No. 
i4g) ; died 30 January, 
bur. in Holywell Church 
2 February 162!. \\'ill 
dated 29 January 162^-, 
proved at Oxford (Series 
n., Vol. 5, 81). Inq. p. m. 
taken at Oxford 15 June 
1622 {C. Vol. 397, No.iS). 



=l3abel Powell, 
dau. of Ed- 
mund Powell 
of Sandford, 
CO. O.xford, 
by Damazin 
White his wife; 
bur. in Holy- 
well Church 7 
July 1584. 



George Napper, 
educated at Douay 
and Rheims ; or- 
dained Priest in 
1596, joined the 
English Mission 
1603 ; arrested at 
Oxford 9 July 16 10, 
executed there 9 
November 1610. 



Thomas Green-= 
wood of Oxford. 



=Joan, niarr. 
before 5 Jan- 
uary 157J-. 



A\ 



Edmund Napper of= 
Holywell, esquire ; born 
10 March 157^; of 
Balliol College, Oxford, 
matriculated 1 5 October 
1590 ; of the Inner 
Temple, admitted 1600 ; 
died 26 February 165I, 
bur. at Holywell. M.I. 



=Joyce Wakeman, dau. of John 
Wakeman of Beckford, co. 
Gloucester, by Ursula his wife, 
dau. of John Giffard of Chil- 
lington, CO. Stafford, esquire ; 
born 23 June 1579; marr. 
in 1609; bur. at Holywell 12 
July 1643. 



. } 
A\'illiam Napper,=j=Elizabeth Gandy. 

bapt. 12 March 

158! ; mentioned 

in his father's 

will 29 January 

162^; living 27 

January 1635. 



Will dated 3 April 
1651, proved 14 
June 1651 (P.C.C. 
126 Grey). 



A 



William Napper, 
born 8 June 
1 6 1 o, bur. at 
Holywell i Sep- 
tember following. 



Ursula Napper, 
a nun ; born 2 1 
October 161 1 ; 
died I January 
i64f. 



Edward Napper, 
horn 30 Septem- 
ber 1 613; bur. at 
Holywell 12 July 
1643. 



William Napper, born 6 March i6i|; 
went to Douay 14 June 1630, where 
he became a Franciscan friar in 1 639 ; 
indicted for high treason (on the 
evidence of Oates) in January i6|^, 
and condemned to death, reprieved and 
imprisoned until 1684; died at Douay 
4 October 1693. 



Henry Nevill of Holt, co. Leicester, esquire ;= 
bapt. at Medbourne, co. Leicester, 6 Sep- 
tember 1643; died, aged 85, 28 June, bur. 
at Medbourne 7 July 1728. Will dated 
6 January 172^, proved 9 July 1728 
(P.C.C. 219 Brook). /|\ 



=Margaret, born 30 August 
1649; executrix to her 
father's will 28 September 
167 I ; bur. at Medbourne 
4 November 1723. 



Mary Napper, born 
15 September 1650; 
died 29 May 1672, 
bur. at Holywell. 
M.L 



62 



Christopher Nap- 
per, mentioned in 
his father's will 
29 January 162^ ; 
living 27 January 



Thomas Napper= 
of Cowley, co. 
Oxford ; men- 
tioned in will of 
his father 29 Jan- 
uary 162I ; died 
in 1664, bur. at 
Worcester. 



=Mary John Messenger,=Mary, living Thomasina 
Collins. Demy of Mag- 29 January Napper, bur. 



dalen College, 
Oxford, 1593-98, 
B.A.I 597, Fellow 
of All Souls' Col- 
lege, M.A. 1600. 



162^ 



at Holywell, 
in Oxford, 
26 August 
1583- 



A 



George Napper of Holywell, in=i=Margaret Arden, dau. of Anthony John Napper, born 



Oxford, esquire ; born 1 1 November 
1 61 7; went to St. Omer's 15 July 
1633; died 4 September 1671, bur. 
at Holywell. M.I. Will dated 23 
August 1 67 1, proved 28 September 
167 1 (P.C.C. 114 Duke). 



Arden of Kirtlington, co. Oxford, 16 January i6i| 

esquire, by Margaret his wife, dau. died 4 March, bur. 

of Walter Coxe of Kirtlington ; at Holywell 7 

marr. 13 January 164!; died, aged March i6|^. 
64, 24 April 1675, bur. at Holywell. 
M.I. 



Sir Charles Winter of Lydney, co. Gloucester ;^Frances, born 6 June 
aged 45 in 1683 ; knighted at Bristol, when 1652 ; died before 
High Sheriff for co. Gloucester, 27 August 1686. 6 January 172^. 



Mary Napper, born 
13 September 1620; 
died 19 May 1621. 



Elizabeth Napper, born in 
June 1622, bur. at Holy- 
well I August following. 



Francis Napper, a Franciscan friar ; born 
4 January i62f ; died in July 1679, bur. 
at Beckford, co. Gloucester. 



Edmund Napper of Holywell, =Mary Mitchell. Mary Napper, 
schoolmaster; born 29 July born 4 July 

1625; educated at St. Omer's and 1627, died 13 

the English College, Rome, ad- July following, 

mitted 22 October 1652; died 
22 January, bur. at Holywell 23 
January i68i. 



Charles Napper, a Fran- 
ciscan friar ; born i 
September 1631 ; died 
at Holt, CO. Leicester, 
17 December 1678, bur. 
there. 



63 



Sherborne. Pedigree of Napier of More Cfichell, co. Dorset, Baronets. 



[Vol. 10, p. 20.] 



Sir Gerard Napier of IVIiddlemarsh=j=Margaret 
Hall and More Crichell, co. 
Dorset, baronet (see page J/). 



Colles, dau. and 
coheir of John Colles of 
Barton, co. Somerset, esquire. 



James Napier. 



Gerard Napier. 



Blanche Wyndham,= 
dau. and coheir of 
Sir Hugh Wynd- 
ham of Silton, 
CO. Dorset, knight, 
Justice of the Com- 
mon Pleas, by Jane 
his I St wife, dau. of 
Sir Thomas Wode- 
house, 2nd baronet; 
marr. at St. Bride's, 
Fleet Street, Lon- 
don, 30 December 
1657 ; died i April 
1695, bur. at Min- 
terne Magna, co. 
Dorset. M.I. ist 
wife. 



=Sir Nathaniel Napier of= 
Middlemarsh Hall and 
More Crichell, baronet ; 
of Oriel College, Oxford, 
matriculated 16 March 
165!; knighted 16 January 
1661 ; succeeded his father 
as 2nd baronet 14 May 
1673 ; M-P- for Corfe 
Castle 26 February 167I 
to July 1687, for Poole 
II January i68f to July 
1698, and for Dorchester 
4 February 1 70^ to April 
1705 ; died at More 
Crichell, aged 72, 21 
January 17 of, buried at 
Minterne Magna. Will 
dated 20 January i7o|. 
Administration granted 
7 June 1709 (P.C.C. 151 
Lane). 



^Susanna Guise, 
daughter of the 
Rev. - Guise, 
by Anne his 
wife ; marr. at 
St. Dionis Back- 
church, London, 
9 March 169I, 
marriage licence 
(Faculty Office) 
dated 6 March, 
marriage settle- 
ments dated 2 
and 3 March, 
then aged 2 1 ; 
died Septem- 
ber 1 7 10. Will 
(undated) proved 
1 5 February 17 if 
{y.C.C.wYoung). 
2nd wife. 



Elizabeth. 



Mary. 



Wyndham Napier 
of More Crichell, 
esquire ; of Wad- 
ham College, 
Oxford, matricu- 
lated 27 June 
1677, aged 18; 
died in 1679, 
bur. at Minterne 
Magna. M.L 



Gerard Napier, of= 
Wadham College, 
Oxford, matriculated 
7 April 1677, aged 
16; of Lincoln's Inn, 
admitted 2 Decem- 
ber 1676 ; M.P. for 
Dorchester 1 1 Jan- 
uary i68|; died in 
St. Clement Danes', 
London, in 1689. 
Administration was 
granted 10 December 
1689 (P.C.C.) 



=Elizabeth Lucy, 
dau. and heir of 
Jacob Lucy of St. 
Catherine Coleman, 
London, Alderman 
of London ; mar- 
riage licence (Vicar- 
General) dated i 
December 1688, 
then aged 22. Will 
dated 22 February 
i68|, proved 17 
July 1693 (P.C.C. 
1 1 4 Coker). 



Robert Napier, 
died young, 
bur. at Min- 
terne Magna. 
M.I. 



Lenox Napier of 
More Crichell, 
esquire ; died, 
aged 24, in 
1688. Will da- 
ted 30 July 
1688, proved 
1 9 September 
1688 (P.C.C. 
120 Ex ton). 



64 



Jane Worsley, dau.= 
oi'Sir Uobert Wors- 
ley, 3rd baronet, by 
Mary his wife, dau. 
of the Hon'''^ James 
Herbert ; marriage 
licence (P'aculty 
Office) dated 7 July 
1 69 1, then aged 18; 
died in 1692, bur. 
at Minterne Magna, 
CO. Dorset, istwife. 



=Sir Nathaniel Napier of Middle— 
marsh Hall and More Crichell, 
CO. Dorset, baronet ; of Lincoln's 
Inn, admitted 24 May 1683; of 
Trinity College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 10 April 1685, aged 16; 
M.P. for Dorchester 24 October 
1695 to 1708 and 10 October 17 10 
to March 1727'-; succeeded his 
father as 3rd baronet in January 
i7of; died 24 February 172^. 
Will with five codicils dated 22 
July 1 7 14 to 15 October 1724, 
proved 2 July 1728 (P.C.C. 
218 Brook). 



=Hon''''= Catharine Alington, dau. of 
William, ist Baron Alington of \Vy- 
mondley, co. Hertford, by Lady Diana 
his wife, dau. of William, 1st Duke of 
Bedford; born 27 September, bapt. at 
Horseheath, co. Cambridge, 3 October 
1677 ; marr. at Isleworth, co. Middle- 
sex, 28 August 1694, marriage licence 
(Faculty Office) dated 17 August, 
marriage settlements dated 11 March 
169^; died 13 April 1724, bur. at 
Minterne Magna. M.L 2nd wife. 

{See Pedigree of Alington, Vol. I 'II., 
page 2j.) 



Sir William Napier of 
Middlemarsh Hall and 
More Crichell, baronet ; 
succeeded his father as 
4th baronet 24 February 
172!^; Sheriff of CO. Dor- 
set 1732; died 27 January 
1753- Will dated 27 
August and 3 Septem- 
ber 1745. Administration 
granted 27 April 1753 
(P.C.C. 116 Searle). 



Sir Gerard Napier of= 
Middlemarsh Hall and More 
Crichell, baronet ; bapt. at 
Minterne Magna 16 July 
1700; of Kalliol College, 
Oxford, matriculated 1 1 
May 1719, aged 18; suc- 
ceeded his brother as 5th 
baronet 27 January 1753; 
died, aged 59, 23 October, 
bur. at Minterne Magna 5 
November 1759. Will dated 
15 and 20 October 1759. 
Administration granted 2 
May 1761 (P.C.C. 180 
C/ieslyn). 



=Bridget Phelipps, 
dau. of Edward 
Phelipps of Mon- 
tacute, CO. Somer- 
set, esquire, by 
Anne his ist wife, 
dau. and coheir 
of Sir Edward 
Phelipps of Mon- 
tacute, knight ; 
born I November, 
bapt. at Monta- 
cute 8 November 
1707 ; died, aged 
51, 19 July 1758. 



Wyndham Napier, 
died in infancy, 
bur. at Minterne 
Magna. 



Sir Gerard Napier of Middlemarsh Hall= 
and More Crichell, baronet ; born 2 May, 
bapt. at Minterne Magna 8 July 1739; of 
Trinity College, Oxford, matriculated 13 
April 1758, aged 18; succeeded his father 
as 6th baronet 23 October 1759; M.P. for 
Bridport 28 March 1761 ; died, aged 26, 
25 January 1765. Will dated i May 
1764, proved 19 February 1765 (P.C.C. 
67 Rushworth). 



=Elizabeth Oglander, dau. of Sir John Oglander of 
Nunwell, Isle of Wight, 4th baronet, by Margaret 
his wife, dau. of John Coxe ; born at Nunwell 
II April 1739 ; marr. in January 1761 ; executrix 
to her husband's will 19 February 1765; died 
at Bath, co. Somerset, 16 October 18 14. 
Administration granted 30 November 1814, to her 
only child, Daniel James Webb (P.C.C.) She 
married 2ndly James Webb, Major 8th Foot. 



65 



Margaret Napier, living 12 
November 1667; died before 
II January 167I; bur. at 
Minteme Magna, co. Dorset. 
M.I. 



Blanche Napier, died 
young, bur. at Min- 
terne Magna. M.I. 



Blanche Catharine Napier, mentioned 
in will of her grandfather. Sir Hugh 
Wyndhani, 7 June 1680; died young, 
bur. at Minteme Magna. M.I. 



Sir John Guise of Elmore and Rendcombe, co. Gloucester,' 
baronet ; succeeded his father as 3rd baronet 1 9 November 
1695 ; M.P. for CO. Gloucester 16 May 1705 to 21 September 
1 7 10, and for Great Marlow 22 March 172^; died 16 November, 
bur. at Elmore 22 November 1732. W'ill dated 9 November 
1732, proved 30 May 1734, by Sir John Guise, son (P.C.C. 
109 Ockhani). He married 2ndly Anne, dau. and coheir of 
Sir Francis Russell of Strensham, co. Worcester, 3rd baronet. 



^Elizabeth, mentioned in will of 
her uncle, Lenox Napier, 30 
July 1688 ; marriage licence 
(F'aculty Office) dated 4 June 
1696, then aged 22. Adminis- 
tration granted 1 1 February 
170^ (P.C.C.) istwife. 



A 



Wyndham Napier of 
More Crichell, co. 
Dorset, esquire ; of 
Brasenose College, 
Oxford, matricula- 
ted 1 2 October 
1723, aged 18, B.A. 
1727. Administra- 
tion granted 17 June 
1734 (P.C.C.) 



Humphrey Sturt of Horton, co.= 
Dorset, esquire (only surviving 
son and heir apparent of Sir 
Anthony Sturt of Heckfield, co. 
Hants, knight); died i February 
lyf^- ^^'11 dated 29 January 
i7f^, proved 17 April 1740, by 
Diana Sturt, daughter (P.C.C. 
1 24 Browne). 



=Diana, marr. in 
1 7 if; living 17 
April 1740. 



Catharine Napier, 
died, aged 10, bur. 
at Minteme Magna. 
M.I. _ 

A son and daughter, 
died in infancy, bur. 
at Minteme Magna. 



A 



66 



Pcdigyee of Napier of Pimcknoll, co. Dorset, Baronets. 



Sherborne. 

[Vol. 10, p. 30.] 



Anne Corrance, dau.=j=Robert Napper of^Katherine Hawley, dau.=Mary Evelyn, dau. of 



of Alan Corrance of 
Wykin, co. Suffolk. 
1st wife. 



Puncknoll, CO. Dorset of Sir Henry Hawley of Sir Thomas Evelyn of 
(see page §8). Wiveliscombe, co. Somer- Long Uitton,co. Surrey, 

set, knight. 2nd wife. baronet. 3rd wife. 



Sir Robert Napier of Puncknoll, 
knight and baronet ; of Trinity 
College, Oxford, matriculated i April 
1656; of the Middle Temple, Bar- 
rister-at-Law 1660; Sheriff of co. 
Dorset 1680; knighted at Whitehall 
27 January i68j, created a baronet 
25 February i68i; M.P. for Wey- 
mouth II January i68|, and 
for Dorchester 5 August 1698 ; 
aged 54 in April 1693; died 31 
October 1700, bur, at Puncknoll. 
Will dated 29 April 1693, proved 
3 December 1700 (P.C.C. 183 Noel). 



=j=Sophia Evelyn, dau. of John Fry=5=Anne, died, 
Charles Evelyn of Godstone, of Yarty, aged 39, 25 
CO. Surrey, by Jane his wife, co. Devon; March 1683, 
dau. of Sir Thomas Evelyn living 14 buried at 
of Long Ditton, co. Surrey, Jan. i68|. Membury, co. 
knight; marr. at the Savoy Devon. M.L 

Chapel, London, 2 1 Novem- ^ 

ber 1667, marriage licence 
(Vicar-General) dated 25 
October, then aged 18; 
executrix to her husband's 
will 3 December 1700; 
living 8 August 1706. 



Robert Napier, 
died very young. 



Sir Charles Napier of Sowdley= 
House, CO. Buckingham, baronet; 
mentioned in wills of his grand- 
father, Robert Napper 14 January 
i68|-, and his father 29 April 
1693; succeeded his father as 
2nd baronet 31 October 1700; 
living in 1741 ; (?) died in 1743. 



=Melony Alibone, 
dau. of Arthur 
Alibone, Citizen 
of London. 



Sophia Napier of King- 
ston-on-Thames, CO. 
Surrey ; mentioned in 
wills of her grandfather, 
Robert Napper, 14 Jan- 
uary i68f, and her 
father 29 April 1693. 
Will dated 8 August 
1706, proved 3 June 
1 709 (P.C.C. 151 Lane). 



George Napier. Robert Napier. 



Anne Napier of St. John's, Westminster ; TheodosiaNapierof St. Margaret's, Mary Napier, 



mentioned in wills of her grandfather, 
Robert Napper, 14 January i68|, and 
her father 29 April 1693 ; executrix to 
will of her sister Sophia 3 June 1709. 
Will dated 3 July 1731, proved 9 
November 1742 (P.C.C. 332 Trenley). 



Westminster ; executrix to will of 
her sister Anne, 9 November 
1742 ; bur. at Long Ditton. Will 
dated 3 January 1 7I J, with codicil 
dated 5 April 1751, proved 12 
April 1751 (P.C.C. 118 Busby). 



died in infancy. 



67 



Cockerell. 

[Vol. lo, p. Si 




Pedigree of Cockerell. 



Samuel Cockerell of Gloucester, = 
gent ; died, aged 63, bur. in 
St. Mary-de-Crypt, Gloucester, 
I September 1689. M.I. 
Will dated 11 March i68f, 
proved 2 June 1690 (P.C.C. 
87 Dyke). 



=Christian, executrix to 
her husband's will 2 
June 1690; died, aged 
65, 10 February 169!^, 
bur. in St. Mary-de- 
Crypt, Gloucester. 
M.I. 



Samuel Cockerell=i=Abigail, living 



of Gloucester, 
esquire. Will 
dated 7 August 
i733> proved 31 
January 173I 
(P.C.C. 5 Ducie). 



31 August 
1768. 



A 



Luke Cockerell of Gloucester, M.D. ;= 
bapt. at St. Mary-de-Crypt, Gloucester, 
31 January i66f ; of Lincoln College, 
Oxford, matriculated 26 March 1680, 
aged 1 6, of Gloucester Hall, B.A. 
1683, of Caius College, Cambridge, 
admitted 25 June 1686, M.B. 168^6 ; 
executor to will of his brother Samuel 
31 January 173!; bur. at St. Mary- 
de-Crypt, Gloucester. Will dated 18 
January 1734, proved 17 October 1737 
(P.C.C. 221 Wake). 



=Hester, executrix to 
her husband's will 17 
October 1737. Will 
dated 24 October 
1737. Administra- 
tion granted 23 Jan- 
uary 1 73 J (P.C.C. 
5 Brodrepp). 



Rev. Luke Cockerell, 
of Jesus College, Oxford, 
matriculated 3 April 1728, 
aged 17, B.A. 1731, M.A. 
1734 ; administrator to his 
mother 23 January 173^. 
Will dated 12 June 1742, 
proved 19 October 1742 
(P.C.C. 293 Trenley). 



John Cockerell of St.= 
Margaret's, Westmin- 
ster, esquire ; born in 
1 7 14; sole executor 
and heir to his 
brother 19 October 
1 742 ; died in Antigua 
in April 1767. Ad- 
ministration granted 
19 December 1768 
(P.C.C.) 



=Frances Jackson, dau. of John Jackson 
of Clapham, co. Surrey, esquire (nephew 
and heir of Samuel Pepys), by Ann his 
wife, dau. of the Rev. Samuel Edgley, 
Prebendary of St. Paul's ; born 30 January, 
bapt. at Clapham 23 February 172^; marr. 
in 1747; administratrix to her husband 
19 December 1768; bur. at Clapham 25 
April 1769. Will dated 31 August 1768. 
Administration granted 26 July 1770 
(P.C.C. 258 Jenner). 



Anne Cockerell, 
born in 1749; 
bur. at Clapham 
3 July 1761. 



Paulina Cockerell, 
born in 1751 ; 
died at Lisbon, 
Portugal, in 1786. 



Colonel John Cockerell, born 10 August 1752; of the 
Bengal Infantry, Ensign 23 May 1766, Lieutenant 
1767, Captain 1771, Major 1781, Lieut. -Colonel 1788, 
Colonel by brevet 1795, retired in May 1796; died 
in Conduit Street, London, 6 July, bur. at Clapham, 
CO. Surrey, 12 July 1798. Will with three codicils 
dated 25 February 1793 to 4 November 1796, proved 
21 July 1798 (P.C.C. 468 Walpole). 



68 



I 

Mary Cockerell, died, aged 17, 11 April 1678, bur. 
at St. Mary-de-Crypt, Gloucester. M.I. 



Knowles.= 



=Elizabeth, living 
7 August 1733. 



Rider. =j=Sarah, mentioned in will of her . . . Prise, = 

brother Samuel 7 August 1733. died before 

Will proved at Gloucester in ioMayi7i9. 
1740. 



^Christian, died, aged 48, 
10 May 1 7 19, bur. in St. 
Mary-de-Crypt, Gloucester. 
M.I. 



Samuel Pepys Cockerell of Westbourne House, Padding-=f=Anna Whetham, dau. and coheir of 



ton, CO. Middlesex, Architect; born 15 February 1754 
died at Westbourne House, Paddington, 12 July 1827. 
Will dated 26 August 1826, proved 3 August 1827 
(P.C.C. 470 Heber). {See "jDictionary of National 
Biography" Vol. XI., page igg.) 



John Whetham of St. Ives, co. Hunt- 
ingdon ; marr. at Hemingford Grey, 
CO. Huntingdon, 18 June 1782; died 
at Stratton Street, Piccadilly, London, 
aged 87, 14 June 1843. 



A 

{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. X., page J J.) 



Maria Tryphena Blunt, 
dau. of Sir Charles 
William Blunt, 3rd 
baronet, by Elizabeth 
his wife, sister and heir 
of Sir Richard Peers 
Symons, baronet, dau. of 
Richard Peers, Alderman 
of London; marr. at Cal- 
cutta, India, 1 1 March 
1 789 ; died there 5 Octo- 
ber following. I St wife. 



^Sir Charles Cockerell of Sezincot, co.=j=Hon'''* Harriet Rushout, dau. 



Gloucester, baronet; born 18 February 
1755; °f ^^^ Bengal Civil Service 
1776-1S00, Postmaster- General in 
India 1804; created a baronet 25 
September 1809; M.P. for Tregoney 
8 July 1802-1806, for Bletchingley 
25 January 1809, and for Evesham 2 
July 1 818 until death; died at Sezincot 
6 January 1837. {St'e Gent's Mag., 
N.S., Vol. 7, page 317.) /^ 



of John, I St Lord Northwick, 
by Rebecca his wife, dau. of 
Humphrey Bowles of Wan- 
stead, CO. Essex, esquire ; 
marr. at Blockley, co. 
Worcester, 1 3 February 
1808 ; died at Hyde Park 
Corner, London, 30 October 
1851. 



{For issue see Pedigree of Rushout, " Visitation of 
England and Wales," Vol. XVII., page gS.) 



Edward Cockerell 
of St. Paul's, Dept- 
ford, CO. Kent ; 
born in 1756 ; 
died in 1782. Ad- 
ministration gran- 
ted 12 December 
1782, to Samuel 
Pepys Cockerell, 
brother (P.C.C.) 



Boyar Glover==Elizabeth Stuart,=John Belli of South 
of Bengal, executrix to her ampton, esquire 
ist 2nd husband's 
April 



India 
husband. 



will 
1805. 



died in Baker Street, 
Portman Square, 
London, i S February 
1805. Will dated 24 
May 1802, proved 10 
April 1805 (P.C.C. 
251 Nelson). He mar- 
ried istly . . . dau. 
of Samuel Blount. 
2nd husband. 



F"rances Cockerell, 
born in 1760 ; 
died in 1784. 



69 



Gurdon-Rebow. 

[Vol. 10, p. 42.] 




Pedigree of Rebow. 



John Rebow of Colchester, = 
CO. Essex, merchant ; re- 
ceived a Grant of Arms 10 
April 1685 ; died, aged 71, 
13 April 1699, bur. in St. 
Mary's, Colchester. M.I. 
Will dated 25 April 1698, 
proved 8 May 1699 (P.C.C. 
80 Pett). 



=Sarah Tayspii, 
daughter of 
Francis Tayspii 
of Colchester, 
merchant. 



Mary Lemyng,= 
dau. of James 
Lemyng of Col- 
chester, esquire, 
by Mary his 
wife, dau. and 
coheir of Sir 
William Batten, 
knt., Surveyor- 
General of the 
Navy. I St wife. 



=Sir Isaac Rebow of Colchester, = 
knight; M.P. for Colchester 16 
January i68|, 12 November 

1692 to August 1 7 13, and 25 
January i7i|- to March 172J; 
knighted at Harwich 26 March 

1693 ; executor to his father's 
will 8 May 1699; died, aged 
80, 6 September 1726. ^Vill 
dated 3 June 1725, with 
codicil dated 25 May 1726, 
proved 30 September 1726 
(P.C.C. 192 Ffymouih). 



=Mary Macro,=Elizabeth Wiseman, dau. of 
dau. of Tho- Sir William Wiseman of 
mas Macro of Rivenhall, co. Essex, baronet, 
Bury, gent, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. 
by Mary his of Sir Lewis Mansel of Mar- 
wife ; marr. gam, 2nd baronet ; marriage 
in December licence (Faculty Office) dated 
1685. 2nd 19 November 1694, then 
wife. aged 30 ; died 29 December 

1722. She married istly 
John Lamotte Honeywood 
of Marks Hall, co. Essex. 
3rd wife. 



Lemyng Rebow, mentioned in his=j=Abigail Chamberlain, dau. of Charles Chamberlain, 



grandfather's will 25 April 1698 ; 
died 6 September 17 17. 



Alderman of London, by Rachel his wife, dau. of 
Sir John Lawrence, knight. Lord Mayor of London. 



Charles Chamberlain Rebow of=f=Mary Neville (sister of William, i6th Baron Abergavenny), 



Smallfield Place, co. Surrey; died 
25 March 1753. 



dau. of Captain Edward Neville, R.N., by Hannah his 
wife, dau. of Jervoise Thorpe. 



General Thomas Adams, Lieut.-Colonel 29 August=j=Mary. 
1777, Colonel 20 November 1782, Major-General 
in the East Indies 8 January 1783. 



Mary Adams, died in Gloucester 
Place, London, 1 9 February 1 804. 



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Sir Edmund Bacon of Gillingham, co. Norfolk,=j=Susan, born in September Sarah Rebow, 



baronet; born 7 August, bapt. at Gillingham 14 
August 1693; succeeded his father as 5th baronet 
10 July 1 721; died at Bath, co. Somerset, 
4 October, bur. at Gillingham 16 October 
1738. M.I. /K 



1687 ; marr. at the Chapel 
Royal, Whitehall, 7 No- 
vember 1724; died in 1769, 
bur. at Gillingham. M.I. 



mentioned in 
will of her 
grandfather 25 
April 1698. 



Joseph Thurston of Colchester, CO. Essex, and afterwards=j=Mary, not 21, 25 April 1698; 



of Little VVenham, co. Suffolk, esquire ; of Lincoln's Inn 
admitted 4 February i68|, and of Christ's College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1692, called to the Bar 25 May 1696; 
purchased Little Wenham Hall of John Brewse 25 
September 1695; died at Colchester, aged 42, 16 October, 
bur. at Little Wenham 22 October 17 14. M.I. Will 
dated 12 August 17 12, proved i December 17 14 (P.C.C. 
249 Aston). A\ 



marriage settlements dated 14 May 
1698 (see ''^Fragmenta Genea/ogica," 
Vol. VIII., page 27) ; executrix to 
her husband's will i December 
1714; died, aged 59, 14 July, bur. 
at Little Wenham 21 July 1736. 
M.I. 



{For issue see " Fragmenta Genealogica," Vol. VIII., page 68.) 



Isaac Lemyng Rebow of Colchester, esquire ; B.A. of=f=Mary Martin, dau. of Captain 



Trinity College, Cambridge ; executor to his grandfather's 
will 30 September 1726; M.P. for Colchester 13 May 
1734; died 3 March 173I, bur. in St. Mary's, Colchester. 
M.I. Will dated 14 November 1734, proved 9 April 
1735 (P.C.C. 81 Dude). 



Mathew Martin of Alresford Hall, 
CO. Essex; executrix to her husband's 
will 9 April 1735; hving 30 July 
1773- 



Isaac Martin Rebow Martin of Wivenhoe= 
Park, CO. Essex, esquire ; born 28 November 
1731 ; of Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1753; Recorder of Colchester; M.P. for 
Colchester 8 May 1754 to October 1781; 
took the additional name of Martin in 
1777; died 5 October 1781, bur. in St. 
Mary's, Colchester. M.I. Will dated 30 
July 1773, proved 15 November 1781 
(P.CC. 533 Webster). 



=Mary Martin, dau. and coheir of Thomas Martin 
of Alresford Hall, esquire, by Dorothy his wife 
(2nd son and heir of Captain Mathew Martin) ; 
marriage settlements dated 21 May 1773; 
executrix to her husband's will 15 November 
1781 ; died in Gloucester Place, London, 22 
December 1804, bur. in St. Mary's, Colchester. 
M.I. Will dated 9 July 1794, with codicil dated 
23 July 1798. Administration granted 7 March 
1805 (P.C.C. 198 Nelson). 



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General Francis Slater-Rebow of Wivenhoe= 
Park, CO. Essex (son of Richard Slater of 
Chesterfield, co. Derby, esquire) ; Ensign 6oth 
Foot 14 November 1787, Lieutenant 1789, 
Captain 1792, Major 1796, Lieut. -Colonel 
(2nd Life Guards) 1799, Colonel (ist Life 
Guards) 1809, Major-General 181 2, Lieut.- 
General 1825, General 23 November 1840; 
served in the West Indies in 1794, at the taking 
of Martinique, St. Lucia and Guadaloupe 
(severely wounded), and on the Staff in the 
Peninsula in 1812; J.P. and D.L. for co. 
Essex ; took the additional name of Rebow by 
Royal Licence dated 4 April 1796; died, 
aged 75, 7 October 1845, bur. in St. Mary's, 
Colchester, co. Essex. ^I.L 



=Mary Hester, 
married at 
St. Margaret's, 
Westminster, 
29Marchi796; 
administratrix 
to her mother 
7 March 1805 ; 
died, aged 57, 
23 July 1834, 
bur. in St. 
Mary's, Col- 
chester. M.L 



Henry Hichens= 
of Penzance, 
CO. Cornwall, 
esquire. He marr. 
2ndly B. Barrett- 
Lennard, sister 
of Sir Thomas 
Barrett-Lennard, 
I St baronet. 



=Sarah Emma, 
marr. 13 Feb- 
ruary 1794, 
marriage settle- 
ments dated 25 
January ; died 
in Duke Street, 
Westminster, 
24 May 1798, 
bur. in St. 
Mary's, Col- 
chester. M.L 



Frances Mary Rebow, died 
7 March 1793, bur. in St. 
Mary's, Colche.ster. M.L 



Mary Emma 
Rebow, died 
15 February 
1804, bur. in 
St. Mary's, 
Colchester. 
M.L 



Sir Thomas Ormsby,= 
baronet (younger 
son of Sir Charles 
Montague Ormsby, 
baronet, K.C., by 
Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of Thomas 
Kingsbury) ; born 
26 May 1797 ; Lieu- 
tenant 85th Foot 9 
March 18 15, retired 
as Major 30 Decem- 
ber 1824; succeeded 
his brother. Sir 
James Ormsby, as 
3rd baronet i No- 
vember 182 1 ; marr. 
in July 1824 ; died 
on his yacht at 
Cowes, Lsle of 
Wight, 9 August 
1833, bur. in St. 
Mary's, Colchester. 
M.L 



I 
=Mary Martin,= 

resumed the 
name of Rebow 
by Royal Li- 
cence dated 7 
July 1 83s; marr. 
2ndly at St. 
George's, Han- 
over Square, 
London, 28 July 
1835; died, aged 
37. 17 Sep- 
tember, buried 
in St. Mary's, 
Colchester, 23 
September 1 842. 
M.L 



=John Gurdon-Rebow of= 
Wivenhoe Park, esquire 
(2nd son of Lieut. - 
Colonel Theophilus 
Thornhagh Gurdon of 
Letton, CO. Norfolk, 
esquire, by Anne his wife, 
dau. of AVilliam Mel- 
lish); born 4 April 1799; 
M.P. for Colchester 24 
February 1857 ; High 
Sheriff for co. Essex ; 
assumed by Royal 
Licence dated 2 Septem- 
ber 1835, the additional 
name and arms of 
Rebow; died at Wiven- 
hoe Park 12 October, 
bur. in the cemetery, 
Colchester, 19 October 
1870. M.L in Wiven- 
hoe Church. Will with 
three codicils dated 23 
December 1845 to 31 
May 1867. Admistra- 
tration granted 12 Jan- 
uary 1871, to Hector 
John Gurdon-Rebow, 
son (Prin. Reg., 49,71). 

A 

(For issue see " Vtsitatiofi of England and Wales," 
Vol. X, page 42.) 



=Lady Georgina Lsa- 
bella Eleanor Gra- 
ham-Toler, dau. of 
Hector John, 2nd 
Earl of Norburv, by 
Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. and heir of 
William Brabazon of 
Brahazon Park, co. 
Mayo, esquire; born 
3 May 1819 ; marr. 
at St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square, London, 2 
December 1845 ; 
died 23 January, 
bur. in the cemetery 
at Colchester 26 
January 1900. Ad- 
ministration granted 
at the Principal 
Registry 26 February 
1 900, to Hector John 
Gurdon-Rebow, son. 



72 





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Grant of Arms to John Rebow, i68^. Gurdon-Rebow. 

[Vol. 10, p. 42.] 

TO ALL AND SINGULAR to whome these Presents shall come, 
S'' William Dugdale Kn' Garter Priticipall King of Armes, and S"^ Henry S' George 
Kn' Clarenceux King of Armes, send Greeting. Whereas the High and 
Mighty Prince Henry Duke of Norfolk hereditary Earle Marshall of England, 
hath by Warrant, or Order, under his hand and the Scale of the Earie 
Marshalls Office bearing date the 28''' day of March last past, signified unto us 
That John Rebow of Colchester in the County of Essex hath made a[)plication 
to his Grace That in consideration of his Loyalty and other due Qualifications 
(whereof his Grace received sufficient Testimonialls) such Arnies & Oeast might 
be devysed for and granted unto him as he and his Descendents may lawfully 
bear And whereas the Earl Marshalls, Grace after having considered the 
premises, did by his said Warrant, order and appoint us to devise grant and 
assigne unto the said lohn Rebow such Arnies and Crest accordingly. Know 
ye therefore that we the said Garter and Clarenceux Kings of Armes, in 
pursuance of the Consent of the said Earl Marshall and by authority of the 
Kings Letters Patents to each of us respectively granted under the Great Scale 
of England have devysed and doe by these Presents, grant and assigne unto 
the said lohn Rebow the Armes and Crest hereafter mentioned Viz Gules two 
long Bowes bent and interlaced in Saltire Or, stringed Argent between foure 
Bezants each charged with a flower de Lis Azure. The Crest h. Demy Eagle 
displayed Sable issuing out of a Crowne Murall Gold, on the breast a Bezant 
charged with a flower de Lis Azure, in the beak an Arrow Or feathered and 
headed Argent as in the Margin hereof is more plainly depicted. To be borne 
and used for ever hereafter by him the said lohn Rebow and the Heirs and 
other Descendents of his body lawfully begotten in Sheild Coat-Armor, Penon 
Seal or otherwise with their due differences according to the Law of Armes 
without the lett or interruption of any person or persons whatsoever. In witness 
whereof we the said Garter and Clarenceux Kings of Armes have to these 
Presents subscribed our names and affixed the Seals of our respective Offices 
this tenth day of Aprill in the first year of the Reigne of our Soveraigne Lord 
James the Second by the Grace of God King of England Scotland France 
and Ireland Defender of the Faith etc'' Anno(j^ Domini. M.oDC.oLXXXV". 

William Dugdale, Hen: St. George, 

tlarter. Clarenceux. 

From the original Grant in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Grant of Arms to Francis Slater, ijgd. 

TO ALL AND SINGULAR to whom these Presents shall come Sir Isaac 
Heard Knight Garter Principal King of Arms and Thomas Lock Esquire 
Clarenceux King of Arms of the South East and West Parts of England from 
the River Trent Southwards send Greeting. Whereas His Majesty by Warrant 
under his Royal Signet and Sign Manual bearing date the second day of April 
last, signified unto the Most Noble Charles Duke of Norfolk Earl Marshal and 
hereditary Marshal of England that he hath been graciously pleased to give and 

73 



Gurdon-Rebow. grant unto Francis Slater Esquire, Major in His Majesty's Sixtieth or Royal 
[Vol. 10, p. 42.] Regiment of Foot, His Royal Licence and Authority, that he and his Issue by 
Mary-Hester his Wife late Mary-Hester Rebow eldest surviving daughter and 
Coheir of Isaac Martin Rebow Martin late of the Park in the Parish of 
Wivenhoe in the County of Essex Esquire deceased may, (in compliance with 
the Covenant contained in the Settlement made on his Marriage with the said 
Mary Hester Rebow) assume and take the Surname and bear the Arms of 
Rebow in addition to his present Surname and Arms of Slater such Arms 
being first duly exemplified according to the Laws of Arms and recorded in 
the Heralds Office, otherwise His Majesty's said Licence and Permission to be 
void and of none effect. And forasmuch as the said Earl Marshal did by 
Warrant under his hand and Seal bearing date the third day of May instant 
authorize and direct us to exemplify the Armorial Ensigns of Rebow and 
Slater accordingly Know Ye therefore that We the said Garter and Clarenceux 
in Obedience to his Majesty's command in pursuance of his Grace's Warrant 
and by Virtue of the Letters Patent of our several Offices to each of us 
respectively granted under the Great Seal of Great Britain do by these 
Presents grant exemplify and confirm to the said Francis Slater now Francis 
Slater-Rebow the Arms following that is to say Quarterly, first and fourth Gules 
two Long Bowes bent and interlaced, in Saltire Or, stringed Argent, between 
four Bezants, each charged with a fleur-de-lis Azure for Rebow, second and 
third Or on a Cheveron between three Trefoils Slipt Sable, as many Pallets 
Argent for Slater ; Crest of Rebow A Demy Eagle displayed Sable issuing out 
of a Crown-mural Gold, on the breast a Bezant charged with a fleur-de-lis 
Azure, in the Beak an Arrow Or, feathered and headed Argent : as the same 
are in the Margin hereof more plainly depicted, to be borne and used for ever 
hereafter by him the said Francis Slater-Rebow and his Issue by Mary-Hester 
his said Wife, according to the tenor of his Majesty's said Sign Manual and the 
Laws of Arms. In Witness whereof We the said Garter and Clarenceux Kings 
of Arms have to these Presents subscribed our Names and Affixed the Seals 
of our several Offices this fourth day of May in the thirty sixth Year of the 
Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the third, by the Grace of God King of 
Great Britain France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith &c^ and in the Year 
of our Lord One thousand seven hundred and ninety six. 



<^yj/ia^c 




Principal King of Arms. 



'-^^^L^n^cL</'ZS^c4l. dm- 



ertxcuyxy 

King of Anns. 



Fro?n the original Grant in my possession. — F. A. C. 



74 



Grant of Arms to John Gnrdon, i8j^. Gurdon-Rebow. 

[Vul. 10, p. 42.] 

To all and Singular to whom these Presents shall come Sir Ralph Bigland 
Knight Garter Principal King of Arms and Sir William Woods Knight 
Clarenceux King of Arms of the South East and West Parts of England 
from the River Trent Southwards send Greeting. Whereas His Majesty by 
Warrant under His Royal Signet and Sign Manual bearing date the second 
day of September instant signified unto the Most Noble Bernard-Edward 
Duke of Norfolk Earl Marshal and Hereditary Marshal of England Knight 
of the Most Noble Order of the Charter and One of His Majesty's Most 
Honourable Privy Council that He had been graciously pleased to give and 
grant unto John Gurdon of Letton in the County of Norfolk Esquire His 
Royal Licence and Authority that he having intermarried with Dame Mary 
Martin Ormsby Rebow Widow of Sir Thomas Ormsby of Cloghans in the >. 

County of Mayo P)aronet deceased and only daughter and heir of Francis 
Slater Rebow of Wivenhoe Park in the County of Essex Esquire a Lieutenant 
General in the Army may (in compliance with the wish of his said Father in 
law) henceforth take and use the Surname of Rebow in addition to and after 
that of Gurdon and also bear the Arms of Rebow and that the said Surname 
and Arms of Rebow may be in like manner borne and used by the Issue of 
his Marriage such Arms being first duly exemplified according to the Laws 
of Arms and recorded in the Heralds Office otherwise the said Licence and 
Permission to be void and of none effect : And forasmuch as the said Earl 
Marshal did by Warrant under his hand and seal bearing date the tenth day 
of September instant authorize and direct Us to exemplify the Arms of Rebow 
accordingly Know ye therefore that We the said Garter and Clarenceux in 
Obedience to His Majesty's Command in pursuance of His Grace's Warrant 
and by Virtue of the Letters Patent of our several Offices to each of Us 
respectively granted do by these Presents exemplify unto the said John Gurdon 
now John Gurdon Rebow the Arms of Rebow viz' Gules two long bows bent 
and interlaced in Saltire Or stringed Argent between four Bezants each charged 
with a Fleur de lis Azure and for distinction a Canton of the second and the 
Crest of Rebow viz' a Demi Eagle displayed Sable issuant out of a Mural 
Crown Gold on the Breast a Bezant charged with a Fleur de lis Azure in the 
beak an Arrow feathered and headed Argent on the Mural Crown a Torteaux 
for distinction as the same are in the Margin hereof more plainly depicted to 
be borne and used by him the said John Gurdon Rebow and without such 
distinctions by the Issue of his said Marriage pursuant to the tenor of the 
said Royal Warrant and according to the Laws of Arms. In Witness whereof 
We the said Garter and Clarenceux Kings of Arms have to these Presents 
subscribed Our Names and affixed the Seals of Our several Offices this 
sixteenth day of September in the sixth Year of the Reign of Our Sovereign 
Lord William the Fourth by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of 
Great Britain and Ireland King Defender of the Faith &c. and in the Year 
of Our Lord One thousand eight hundred and thirty five. 

Ralph Bigland, Garter. ' William Woods, Clarenceux. 



Endorsed: "Recorded in the College of Arms, 
London. Chas. Geo. Young, York Herald 
&= Register." 



75 



Turquand. 

[Vol. lo, p. 44.] 



Pedigree of Ttirqnand. 



Paul Turquand of Spitalfields, co. Middlesex,=j=Madelaine Martineau 



(son of Paul Turquand of Chatcllerault, 
France, by Marie Guilaud his wife) ; born 
at Poitiers, France, 14 December 1667 ; 
died in London in 1743. 



of Chauvigny, in 
Poitou, France ; bur. 
at Spitalfields. 



Paul Turquand of= 
Chatellerault ; born 
20 January i68|; 
died at Chatellerault 
5 December 1761. 



=Marie Jeanne Martineau, 
dau. of Isaac Martineau 
of Chauvigny, by Marie 
Jeannette his wife ; died 
in 1770. 



Ren^ Turquand.=j=Catherine Marie Morin, 
dau. of Louis Morin, by 
Marie Chaboussant his 
wife ; born 1 6 June 1 694 ; 
died in August 1754. 
A 



Paul Turquand of Spitalfields, sugar 
refiner; born at Chatelleraut 20 January 
171I ; came to England in 1735; 
received Grant of Arms 23 June 1777; 
died 9 December 1800. Will dated 
9 June 1794, with codicil dated 25 April 
1796, proved 19 December 1800 (P.C.C. 
904 Adderley). 



=Mary Catherine Turquand, 
dau. of Ren^ Turquand, by 
Catherine Marie his wife, dau. 
of Louis Morin ; born 9 May, 
bapt. at La Patente Church, 
Spitalfields, 10 May 1719; 
marr. 26 January 17!^; died 
27 April 1785. 



Jeanne, born 24 
July 1720 ; marr. 
'. . . Gallet. 

A 



Paul Rene Turquand, 
born 18 November, 
bapt. at La Patente 
Church, Spitalfields, 
30 November 1740; 
died 29 August 1741. 



Mary Turquand, 
bom 1 2 April, bapt. 
at La Patente 
Church, Spitalfields, 
18 April 1742; died 
24 November 1747. 



Catherine Turquand, 
bom 22 February, bapt. 
at La Patente Church, 
Spitalfields, 26 Feb- 
ruary i74f ; died 29 
November 1747. 



Samuel Turquand, bom 
27 December 1745, 
bapt. at La Patente 
Church, Spitalfields, 12 
January 174I; died 
21 November 1747. 



I I 
A son, born 27 

May 1772 ; died 

the same day. 



Mary Turquand, 
born 26 April, 
bapt. at La 
Patente Church, 
Spitalfields, 18 
May 1774; died 
in September 
following. 



Peter Paul Grellier of 20 Wormwood Street, = 
in the City of London, and of Peckham, co. 
Surrey ; born 1 8 March, bapt. privately 
4 April 1773 (baptism registered at La Patente 
Church, Spitalfields) ; admitted a Freeman 
of the City of London, in the Company of 
Weavers, by patrimony, 2 December 1794; 
died at 20 Wormwood Street, London, 1 1 
December 1828, bur. at St. Ethelburga's, 
Bishopsgate Street, London. Mural Tablet 
on North wall of chancel. Will dated 1 7 June 
1828, proved 16 January 1829 (P.C.C. 
18 Liverpool). 



=Mary, born 30 October 
1775, bapt. privately, and 
registered at La Patente 
Church, Spitalfields ; marr. 
I January 1798; executrix 
to her husband's will 16 
January 1829; died at 
Croydon, co. Surrey, in 
her 80th year, 6 February 
1855, bur. at St. Peter's, 
Croydon. M.L Silhouette 
in the possession of Harley 
Mair Grellier. 



A 

{See Pedigree of Grellier, " Visitation of England 
and Wales," Vol. XVI., page 8.) 



76 



Claude Turquand=Marie Annie 
of Spitalfields, co. Gilmot. 
Middlesex. 



Peter Turquand=j=Marie Lorn, 
of Spitalfields. | mart, in 1704. 

A 



Louis Turquand, born 2=;=. . . Boisgautier. 



October 1723. He married 
istly . . . Larceron, and 
3rdly Gautier Demaine. 



2nd wife. 



A 



Anne, born 6 
April 1725 ; marr. 
Joseph Simon. 



Jean Turquand, bom 1 5 
October 1727; Roman 
Catholic Priest ; Cure 
of Naintr^e, near 
Chatellerault, France. 



Madelaine, born 18 February Louise, born 15 November Marie, born 8 January 

niarr. . . . Larceron. 17.52; marr. . . . Durand. i73i; marr. . . . Durand. 



, - :: . 
I/3TJ) 



A 



Leonard Turquand of Bishopsgate Street, London, and= 
of I Lambeth Place, Kennington, co. Surrey ; born 
18 September, bapt. at La Patente Church, Spital- 
fields, 24 September 1747; died at Kennington 
14 September, bur. at the parish church, Spitalfields, 
20 September 1814. Will dated 10 December 1802, 
proved 5 October 1814, by Elizabeth Turquand, 
daughter (P.C.C. 586 Bridport). 



=Elizabeth Vansommer, dau. of John 
Vansommer of Spital Square, Spital- 
fields, by Ann his wife, dau. of James 
Pain of Dieppe, France ; marr. at Great 
Garden Street, Whitechapel,co. Middle- 
sex, 20 April 1 7 7 1 ; died at Kennington, 
aged 56, 16 August, bur. at the parish 
church, Spitalfields, 19 August 1807. 



A 

{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales," 
I'ol. X., page 44) 



James Louis Turquand of Spital= 
Square, Spitalfields ; born 3 Septem- 
ber, bapt. at La Patente Church, 
Spitalfields, 18 September 1748; died 
18 January 1825. Silhouette in the 
possession of Harley Alair Grellier. 



Charlotte Turquand, born 3 
June, bapt. at La Patente 
Church, Spitalfields, 24 June 
1779; died 17 March 1780. 



=Mary Vansommer, dau. of John Jesse Turquand, 

Vansommer of Spital Square, bom 30 March, 

Spitalfields, by Anne his wife, dau. bapt. at La Patente 

of James Pain of Dieppe, France ; Church, Spital- 

marr. in 1770; died, aged 62, fields, 13 April 

7 April 1808. 1750; died 20 Oc- 
tober following. 



John James Hebert, (?) born^Charlotte, born 13 November, 
29 July, bapt. at La Patente bapt. at La Patente Church, 
Church, Spitalfields, 22 Spitalfields, 8 December 1780 ; 
August 1784. died at Croydon, co. Surrey, 

21 November 1870. 



Harriet Turquand, born 
28 May 1783 ; died at 
19 Holland Road, 
Brixton, co. Surrey, 3 
June 1876. 



Sophia Turquand, born 25 April, bapt. at 
La Patente Church, Spitalfields, 18 May 
1785 ; died at 10 Portland Terrace, 
Holland Road, Brixton, 14 July 1874. 



77 



Magdalen Turquand, 
born 9 February 1788 ; 
died 9 March following. 



Turquand. Grant of A niis to Paui Titrqitami, z///. 

[Vol. 10, p. 44.] 

To all and singular to whom these Presents shall come Thomas Browne 
Esquire Garter Principal King of Arms and Ralph Bigland Esquire 
Clarenceux King of Arms of the South East and West Parts of England 
from the River Trent Southwards send Greeting. WTiereas Paul Turquand 
of Stratford Green in the County of Esse.x and of S' Mar}' Matfelon in 
the County of Middlesex eldest Son and Heir of Paul Turquand by Jane 
Martineau his Wife and Grandson of Paul Turquand formerly of Chatelrault 
in the Province of Poitou in the Kingdom of France late of Spitalfields 
in the County of Middlesex aforesaid deceased represented to the Right 
Honorable Richard Earl of Scarbrough Deputy with the Royal Approbation 
to the Most Noble Edward Duke of Norfolk Earl Marshal and hereditary 
Marshal of England that his Family were established for many Generations 
at Chatelrault from whence his Grandfather Paul Turquand came and 
settled in England ; That they have borne for Arms : Argent a Cheveron 
Gules between three Turks Heads couped proper ; and for Crest a Spaniel ; 
which not having been duly recorded in the Herald's Office he requested 
his Lordship's Warrant for our granting and confirming the same with 
such Variations as may be necessary to be borne by him and his Descendants 
by those of his Father Paul Turquand and of his Uncles Rene Claude 
and Peter Turquand deceased according to the Laws of Arms. And his 
Lordship by Warrant under his Hand and Seal bearing date the twenty 
first Day of June instant authorized and directed Us to grant and confirm 
such Arms and Crest accordingly. We therefore the said Garter and 

Clarenceux in pursuance of the Consent of the said Earl of Scarbrough and 
by Virtue of the Letters Patent of our several Offices to each of Us respectively 
granted under the Great Seal of Great Britain do by these Presents grant 
and confirm to the said Paul Turquand the Arms following that is to say 
Argent, a Chevron gules, between three Turks Heads couped proper, in the 
Front of the Turban, Sable, a Jewel. And for the Crest, on a Wreath of 
the Colours, A Spaniel Dog gardant Argent, spotted Sable ; as the same 
are in the Margin hereof more plainly depicted to be borne and used for 
ever hereafter by him the said Paul Turquand and his Descendants by the 
Descendants of his Father Paul Turquand and of his Uncles Rene Claude 
and Peter Turquand deceased with their due and proper Differences according 
to the Laws of Arms without the Let or Interruption of any Person or Persons 
whatsoever. In Witness whereof We the said Garter and Clarenceux Kings of 
Arms have to these Presents subscribed our Names and affixed the Seals of 
our several Offices this twenty third Day of June in the seventeenth Year of 
the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the third by the Grace of God King 
of Great Britain France and Ireland Defender of the Faith &c. and in the 
Year of our Lord One Thousand seven hundred and seventy seven. 

Tho^ Browne, Garter Principal Ralph Bigland, Clarenceux 

King of Arms. King of Arms. 



78 



Pedigree of Boissier. 



Boissier. 

[Vol. lo, p. 65.] 



Guillaiinie Boissier of Geneva, Switzerland (son=j=Isabeau Naville, dau. of 
of Gaspard Boissier of Anduze, France, by [ Jean Naville of Anduze, 
Frangoise his wife, dau. of Elie d'Angelras) ; 
admitted Burgess of Geneva 2 August 1695 J 
died there in October 17 10. Will dated 20 
July 1710, with codicil dated 28 October 1710, 
proved at Geneva 3 November 17 10. Adminis- 
tration granted in London 4 October 17 13 
(P.C.C. 218 Leeds). 



by Jeanne de Bruc his 
wife ; marriage contract 
dated 16 September 1678 ; 
died in 1730. 



Jean Sellon, born at= 
Nimes France ; admit- 
ted Burgess of Geneva 
31 January 169I ; died 
in 1757. 



=Fran^-oise, marr. 
in 1697 ; living 
20 July 17 10. 



A 



Gaspard Boissier= 
of Geneva ; ad- 
ministrator to his 
father 4 October 
1713- 



=Charlotte Catherine Roiaz du 
Rosey, sister to Baron du 
Rosey, Earl Marshall at the 
Court of the Landgrave of 
Hesse. 



I 
Jean Robert Tronchin of=j=Elizabeth Charlotte, 



Geneva ; born in i 7 1 o ; 
Procureur-General. 



A 



marr. in 1 748. 



Horace Benedict=j=Jeanne, marr. 



Rilliet, born in 
1678; died in 
1758- 



m 1715. 



A 



Pierre Boissier of Geneva, banker ;= 
admitted Burgess of Geneva 2 
August 1695 ; administrator to his 
father 4 October 1713; died at 
Geneva 6 May 1737. VVill dated 
24 May 1732, with codicil dated 
5 May 1737. Administration 
granted 29 July 1737 (P.C.C. 
153 Wake). 



=Fran5oise Pictet, dau. 
of Frangois Pictet of 
Geneva, by Frangoise 
Lullin his wife ; born 
in 1691 ; marr. at St. 
Pierre, Geneva, 1 2 
October 171 1. 



A 



James William Boissier of=j=Marie Felicite 
Vienna ; bapt. at St. Peter-le- d'Areng. 
Poer, London, 22 March 173^^; 
executor to his father 21 May 
1770; died at Vienna in 18 13. 



John William Boissier, 
born in 1772 ; died at 
siege of Lille 1792. 



Magdalen Boissier, 
bapt. at St. Peter- 
le-Poer, London, 16 
May 1740 ; bur. 
there 29 April 1742. 



Marie Margaret, 
born in 1774. 



Elizabeth Anne, 
born in 1777. 



Frances, bapt. at 
St. Peter-le-Poer, 
London, 21 Au- 
gust 1741 ; marr. 
. . . Jansey. 



79 



Barthelemi=j=Elizabeth, bapt. at Guillaume Boissier,=i=Marguerite Buisson, 



Sales of 
Geneva. 



the Madeleine, bapt. at the Made- 
Geneva, 3 1 August leine, Geneva, 18 
1689 ; marr. at August 1690; died 



A 



St. Pierre, Geneva 
(as his 2nd wife), 
3 April 1716. 



in 1759. 



daughter of Louis 
Theophile Buisson, 
by Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of Jean Jaques 
Bonnet, Syndic of 
Geneva ; marr. in 1 7 2 8. 



Horace Boissier, 
bapt. at the Made- 
leine, Geneva, 26 
February 169!; 
died in 1699. 



A\ 



Henri Boissier, 
bapt. at St. 
Pierre, Geneva, 
22 May 1695 : 
died before 20 
July 17 10. 



Henri Favre=Anne, bapt. at 

of Geneva ; the Madeleine, 
living 5 May Geneva, 18 
1737. Julyi698;men- 

tioned in the 
codicil of her 
brother Pierre 
S May 1737. 



Jean Daniel Boissier of= 
Austin Friars, London, 
merchant ; bapt. at the 
Madeleine, Geneva, 4 
July 1699; administrator 
to his brother Pierre 29 
July 1737 ; died 7 May, 
bur. at Putney, co. Sur- 
rey, 14 May 1770. Will 
dated 11 April 1770, 
proved 21 May 1770 
(P.C.C. 175 Jenner). 



=Susanne Judith Ber- 
chere, daughter and 
coheir of Jacques 
Louis Berchere of 
Broad Street, Lon- 
don, jeweller and 
banker, by Magdalen 
his 2nd wife ; marr. 
at St. Peter-le-Poer, 
London, 15 April 
1735 ; bur. at Putney 
4 September 1756. 



John Louis Boissier of Bath, co.= 
Somerset ; bapt. at St. Peter-le- 
Poer, London, 27 October 1742 ; 
of the Dragoon Guards ; died, 
aged 79, 2 January, bur. at 
Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, 
9 January 182 1. Will dated 
13 October 1818, proved 27 
February 1821, by the Rev. 
Peter Edward Boissier, son 
(P.C.C. 65 Mansfield). 



=Dorothea Howard Crosbie, Jasper Boissier, 
dau. of Sir Paul Crosbie of bapt. at St. Peter- 
Crosbie Park, co. Wicklow, le-Poer, London, 
4th baronet, by Mary his 30 December 
wife, dau. of Edward 1743- 
Daniel of Frodsham, co. 
Chester ; marr. at Queen 
Square Chapel, Bath, 10 
July 1788 ; died, aged 56, 
9 November 181 3, bur. at 
Eccleston, co. Chester. 



Mariana, bapt. 
at St. Peter-le- 
Poer, London, 
8 .lu'y '745- 



Rev. Peter Edward Boissier, born at Marlborough Buildings, 
Bath, 24 April 1791 ; of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 
4 May 1809, B.A. 1813, M.A. r8i6; Perpetual Curate of St. 
Peter's, Malvern Wells, co. Worcester, 1835-59; died at 56 
Pembroke Road, Clifton, co. Gloucester, i November, bur. in 
Arno's Vale Cemetery, Bristol, 6 November 1888. Will dated 
9 December 1881, with codicil dated 16 January 1882, proved 
at Bristol 5 December 1888, by the Rev. Frederick Vaughan 
Mather, Edmund y^ ^^ 
Comer Board and y^ ^ /v 
Ezekiel Charles "^ ' <^->'*^ 
Petgrave. 7 A 



K^i^^S^itWs,^:^ ^ 



=Marianne Dumaresq, dau. of 
Lieut.-Colonel John Dumaresq 
of the 9th Garrison Battalion, 
by Anne Jones his wife; born 
25 August 1790; marr. at 
Cheltenham 15 May 1821 ; 
died at Clifton 6 September, 
bur. in Arno's Vale Cemetery, 
Bristol, 12 .September 1874. 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and JVales," 
Vol. X., page 65) 



Peter Boissier, bapt. at St. Peter-le-Poer, Jasper Boissier, Susanna, bapt. at Henry Boissier, 



London, 25 April 1748; Cornet nth 
Dragoons 21 June 1769, Captain 2nd 
Dragoon Guards 1779; died, aged 85, 
25 August 1833, bur. at Cheltenham. 



bapt. at St. Peter- 
le-Poer, London, 
25 October 1749. 



So 



St. Peter-le-Poer, 
London, 4 Feb- 
ruary 175?; 
(?) bur. at Putney 
7 June 1756. 



bapt. at St. Peter- 
le-Poer, London, 
5 January 1753. 




Pedigree of Cotton. 



Cotton. 

[Vol. 10, p. 69.] 



Sir George Cotton of Conibermere,= 
CO. Chester, knight (2nd son of 
John Cotton of Cotton, co. Salop, 
esquire, by Cicely his wife, dau. 
of Thomas Mainwaring of Ightfield, 
CO. Salop) ; Esquire of the Body 
to King Henry VIII.; received 
Combermere by grant from the 
King dated 3 April 1541 ; died 
25 March 1545. 



=Mary Only, dau. of 
John Only of Catesby, 
CO. Northampton ; 
died 14 March 15^^. 
Inq. p. m. taken at 
Nantwich 27 August 
i56o(Chester, File 73, 
No. 14). 



Mary Mainwaring,= 
dau. of Sir Arthur 
Mainwaring of 
Ightfield. istwife. 



=Richard Cotton of= 
Combermere, esquire ; 
aged 21 and more 27 
August 1560; builder 
of Combermere 1563; 
died 15 June 1602. 
Inq. p. m. taken at 
Sandbach 6 April 1605 
(Chester, File 87, 
No. 14). 



=. . . Silliard. 
2nd wife. 



George Cotton of Combermere, esquire ; aged 4o=i=Mary Bromley, dau. of Arthur Cotton. 



and more 6 April 1605; died before 14 Decem- 
ber 1647. ^^'i'l dated 3 May 1647, with codicil 
dated 17 August 1647. Administration granted 
at Chester 18 January 164I. 



Sir George Bromley of 
Hatton, CO. Salop, knight, 
Chief Justice of Chester ; 
died before 3 May 1647. 



Frances Needham, dau.= 
of Robert, ist Viscount 
Kilmorey ; marriage 
licence (Chester) dated 
10 November 1624, 
marriage settlements 
dated 6 November ; 
living I August 1629. 
I St wife. 



-Thomas Cotton= 
of Combermere ; 
died before 16 
April 1646. 



=Eli/;abeth Calveley, dau. of Sir George Calveley of 
Lea, CO. Chester, knight, by Mary his wife, dau. 
of Sir Hugh Cholmondeley, knight, coheir of her 
brother, Sir Hugh Cholmondeley ; born i August 
1609; marriage settlements dated 10 March 1634; 
living 3 May 1647. Administration granted at 
Chester in 164S. 



{For issue see page 8j.) 



George Cotton, = 
living 16 April 
1646 ; died be- 
fore 3 May 
1647. 



=Mary Smith, 
dau. of Sir 
Thomas Smith 
of Hough, in 
\Vybunbury,co. 
Chester ; living 
16 April 1646. 



Mary Cotton, 
died s.p. 



George Mainwar-^Mary, 
ing of Nantwich, 16 
CO. Chester ; execu- 1646. 
tor to will of 
Dorothy Cotton 
S June 1647. 



iving Richard=Frances, mar- 
April Fletcher ried after 16 

of Mor- April 1646. 

ley, CO. 

Chester. 



81 



Edward, Earl of Derby, K.G. ; succeeded his father as= 
3^ Earl of Derby and 4th Lord Stanley 23 May 1521 ; 
K.B. arid Cup Bearer at the Coronation of Anne 
Boleyn 1533, K.G. 17 February and Bearer of the 
Curtana at the Coronation of Edward VI. 20 February 
154^; Lord-Lieutenant of co. Lancaster 1552; Privy 
Councillor 17 August 1553; Lord High Steward and 
Bearer of the Curtana at the Coronation of Queen Mary 
I October 1553 ; a Commissioner for the trial of Lady 
Jane Grey 11 November 1553; appointed to attend 
Philip of Spain on his landing 19 July 1554; Privy 
Councillor to Queen Elizabeth 24 November 1558; 
Chamberlain of Chester 1559-65, Lord Lieutenant of 
the counties of Lancaster and Chester 1569; died at 
Lathom House, co. Lancaster, 24 October, bur. in 
Ormskirk Church, co. Lancaster, 4 December 1572. 
\Vill dated 28 August 1572, proved 21 November 1572 
(P.C.C. 38 Daper). He married istly Lady Dorothy 
Howard, dau. of Thomas, 2nd Duke of Norfolk, and 
2ndly Margaret, dau. of Ellis Barlow of Barlow, co. 
Lancaster, ist husband. 



=Mary, died=Henry, Earl of Kent ; 
16 November admitted to Gray's Inn 
1580. 22 February 156I; 

succeeded his brother 
as 6th Earl of Kent 
and 8th Lord Grey de 
Ruthyn 1 7 March 157!; 
a Councillor for the 
trial of Mary, Queen of 
Scots, in October 1586; 
Lord-Lieutenant of co. 
Bedford 1587; died 31 
January, bur. at Flitton, 
CO. Bedford, i February 
i6i|. 2nd husband. 



Andrew Cotton, of Brasenose Ralph Bulkeley=j=Mary, living Dorothy Cotton, executrix 



College, Oxford, matriculated 13 
November 1590, aged 15, B.A. 
1594 ; admitted to the Inner 
Temple 1596. Will dated i August 
1629, proved at Chester i October 
1640. 



of Woore, co. 16 April to will of her brother 
Salop. 1646. Andrew i October 1640; 

died before 22 April 1647. 

Will dated 16 April 1646, 
/f^ proved at Chester 5 June 

1647. 



Robert Hussey of Leighton,=f=Elizabeth, 



CO. Salop ; signed the 
pedigree of his family in 
the Visitation of Shropshire 
1623. 



living 3 
May 1647. 



A 



Martha Cot- 
ton, living 3 
May 1647. 



William Massey of=f=Dorothy, marriage 



Denfield, co. Ches 
ter ; bapt. in 1 600 ; 
executor to w-ill of 
Dorothy Cotton 5 
June 1647 ; died 
in 1668. /K 



licence (Chester) 
dated 1 3 February 
162^; living 3 
May 1647. 



William Hassal=f=Frances, marriage licence 
of Hankelow, (Chester) dated i October 
CO. Chester. 1624; living 3 May 1647. 

A 



Judith Thomas Tannnt of Broxton,: 

Cotton. CO. Chester; aged 6 in 161 3. 



=Anne. 



Arthur Cartwright=Ambrosia, mar- 
of Sheppenhal, CO. ried after 16 
Chester, geni. April 1646 and 

before 3 May 

1647. 



Grace Cotton, 


JoyceCotton, 


Hugh Morrice=Margaret, 


died before 3 


living 1 6 April 


of Farnie. marr.after 


May 1647. 


1 646. 


3 May 
1647. 



83 



Edward Torbock of=T=Dorothy, living William Francis=pElizabeth, bur. at 



Torbock, co. Lan- 
caster, esquire; died 
before 6 June 1608. 
Inventory taken at 
Chester in i6o8. 



A 



6 June 1608. 



of Tickenhall, co. 
Derby, esquire. 



A 



Wrenbury, co. Ches- 
ter. Will dated 
17 February 159^, 
proved 8 April 1594, 
by Edward Francis, 
son (P.C.C. 21) Dixy). 



Winifred, mar- 
ried Thomas 
Deering of co. 
Hants ; aged 
60 in 1588. 



Frances Needham, dau.=Thonias Cotton=f=Elizabeth Calveley, dau. 



of Robert, ist Viscount of Combermere, 
Kilmorey. ist wife. co. Chester {see 

page Si). 



of Sir George Calveley of 
Lea, CO. Chester, knight. 
2nd wife. 



Sir Robert Cotton of Com-= 
bermere, knight and baronet ; 
mentioned in will of Dorothy 
Cotton 16 April 1646 ; 
knighted 25 June 1660; M.P. 
for CO. Chester 15 September 
1679 'o March 1681, 15 
January 1685^ to July 1702 ; 
created a baronet 29 March 
1677; died, aged 77, 17 
December 17 12, bur. at Whit- 
church, CO. Denbigh. Will 
dated 30 October 17 10, 
proved 29 December 17 12 
(P.C.C. 230 Barnes). 



=Hester Salusbury, sicker 
and heir of Sir John 
Salusbury, 3rd baronet, 
dau. of Sir Thomas 
Salusbury of Llewenny, 
CO. Denbigh, 2nd 
baronet, by Hester 
his wife, dau. of Sir 
Edward Tyrrel of 
Thornton, co. Buck- 
ingham, ist baronet ; 
died in Dean's Yard, 
Westminster, in De- 
cember 1 7 10, bur. at 
Whitchurch. M.L 



Charles Cotton, men- 
tioned in will of 
Dorothy Cotton 16 
April 1646; Captain 
Lord Chesterfield's 
Foot 13 June 1667, 
Lieutenant Cold- 
stream Guards 9 
January 1677-, Cap- 
tain 12 April 1682, 
Lieut. -Colonel in the 
Army 2 July 1687. 



Lettice Cotton, 
mentioned in 
will of Dorothy 
Cotton 16 April 
1646 ; living 30 
October 17 10. 



John Cotton, 
died in infancv. 



Hugh Calveley= 
Cotton. 



=Mary Russel, dau. and heir of Sir William 
Russel of Llaugharne, co. Carmarthen, by 
Hester his wife, dau. of Sir Thomas Rouse 
of Rouse Lench, co. Worcester, baronet. 
She married 2ndly Lord Arthur Somerset. 



Thomas Lewis of St.=j=Catherine, marr. 
Pierre, co. Monmouth ; before 30 Octo- 
died in 1734. ber 1710. 

A 



Robert Cotton, 
died in infancy. 



83 



Sir Thomas Cotton of Comber-= 
mere, co. Chester, and of 
Llewenny, co. Denbigh, baronet ; 
aged about 17, 18 November 
1689; succeeded his father as 
2nd baronet 17 December 1712; 
executor to his father's will 29 
December 17 12; died in Dean's 
Yard, Westminster, 12 June, 
bur. at Esher, co. Surrey, 22 
June 1 715. Will dated 24 May 
1715, proved 11 July 17 15 
(P.C.C. 131 Fagg). 



=Philadelphia Lynch, dau. and heir of Sir 
Thomas Lynch of Esher, knight, thrice 
Governor of Jamaica, by Vere his wife, 
dau. of Sir Edward Herbert ; marriage 
licence (Vicar-General) dated 18 November 
1689; executri.x to her husband's will 11 
July 1715; died at Finchley Lodge, 
Finchley, co. Middlesex, aged 90, 30 
December 1758, bur. at Esher. Will 
dated 3 November 1756, with codicil dated 
6 May 1758. Administration granted 8 
February 1759 (P.C.C. 49 Arran). She 
married 2ndly Thomas King. 



George Cotton, 
died 8 January 
1702, bur. at 
Wrenbury, co. 
Chester. M.L 



Thomas Salusbury 
Cotton, died be- 
fore 30 October 
1710. 



Sir Robert Salusbury Cotton of Combermere= 
and of Llewenny, baronet ; bapt. at St. 
Margaret's, Westminster, 2 January 169I; of 
Brasenose College, Oxford, matriculated 8 July 
1714, aged 19; succeeded his father as 3rd 
baronet 12 June 1715; M.P. for co. Chester 
30 August 1727; died, aged 53, 27 August 
1748, bur. at Wrenbury. M.L Will dated 
15 August 1745, proved 14 January 174^ 
(P.C.C. 5 Lisle). 



=Elizabeth Tollemache, 
dau. of Lyonel, Earl of 
Dysart, by Grace his 
wife, dau. and coheir of 
Sir Thomas Wilbraham, 
3rd baronet ; died, aged 
63, 16 August 1745, 
bur. at Wrenbury. M.L 



Thomas Boycott==Philadelphia, 
of Hinton, co. married in 
Salop ; died in 1720. 
1723- 



Stephen Cotton, John Salusbury Cotton Sophia Cotton, 
died, aged 27, 7 of Whitchurch, co. living 3 No- 
December 1727, Denbigh, esquire; died veniber 1756. 
bur. at Wren- in 1730. Administration 
bury. M.L granted at Chester. 



84 



Hester, married John 
Lacon; living lo October 
1690. 



Sir William Fowler of Harnage=i=Mary, executrix to her hus 



Grange, co. Salop, baronet ; created 
a baronet i November 1704; Sheriff 
of CO. Salop 1711 ; bur. at Cound, 
CO. Salop, 28 March 17 17. Will 
dated 9 July 17 16, proved 2 August 
1717 (I'.C.C. 154 Whitfield). 



band's will 2 August 1717; 
bur. at Esher, co. Surrey. 
Will dated 20 March 172^, 
proved i February 174-I, by 
Hester Fowler, daughter 
(P.C.C. 50 Trenley). 



As 



Sir Lynch Salusbury Cotton of Combermere, co.= 
Chester, and of Llevvenny, co. Denbigh, baronet ; 
succeeded his brother as 4th baronet 27 August 
1748; M.P. for CO. Denbigh 5 December 1749 to 
September 1774; died, aged 69, 14 August 1775, 
bur. at Wrenbury, co. Chester. M.I. Will dated 12 
May 1775, proved 20 September 1775 (P.C.C. 
339 Alexander). 



=Elizabeth Abigail Cotton, dau. of 
Rowland Cotton of Bellaport, co. 
Salop, and of Etwall, co. Derby, by 
Mary his wife, dau. and heir of Sir 
Samuel Sleigh of Etwall, knight ; 
died, aged 63, 4 January 1777, bur. 
at Wrenbury. M.I. Administration 
granted 23 January 1777 (P.C.C.) 



Sir Robert Salusbury= 
Cotton of Combermere 
and of Llevvenny, 
baronet ; succeeded his 
father as 5th baronet 
14 August 1775; M.P. 
for CO. Chester i March 
1780 to May 1796; 
died at Combermere 
Abbey, aged 70, 24 
August 1809. 



=Frances Stapleton, 

youngest dau. and co- 
heir of Colonel James 
Russell Stapleton of 
Bodrhyddan, co. Flint, 
by Penelope his wife, 
dau. of Sir John Con- 
way, 2nd baronet ; 
marr. in 1767 ; died at 
Penbedw, near Mold, 
CO. Flint, 20 April 
1825. 



Vice -Admiral Rowland= 
Cotton, R.N. ; executor 
to will of his aunt, Sidney 
Arabella Cotton, 5 Feb- 
ruary 1781 ; Rear-Admiral 
I February 1793; died 
30 November 1794. Will 
dated 17 January 1793, 
with codicil dated 23 No- 
vember 1794, proved 30 
December 1794 (P.C.C. 
605 Holman). 



A 



=Elizabeth Aston, 
dau. of Sir Wil- 
loughby Aston of 
Risley, co. Derby, 
5 th baronet, by 
Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of Henry 
Pye of Farringdon, 
CO. Berks, esquire; 
married 29 June 
1792 ; died in 
1795- 



Robert Salusbury Cotton, 
born II September 1768; 
admitted to Westminster 
School 17 April 1780; 
died in 1799. 



Robert, Viscount Kilmorey;=Frances, born i 

born at St. George's, Han- December 1769; 

over Square, London, 14 

November 1746; succeeded 

his father as nth Viscount 

29 May 1 791 ; died 30 

November 1818. 



marr. at Comber- 
mere Abbey 10 
January 1792 ; 
died 26 No- 
vember 18 1 8. 



Penelope Cotton, 
born 31 Decem- 
ber 1770 ; died in 
December 1786. 



Sir William Glegg of Gayton, co. Chester, knight ;=f=Elizabeth, executrix to her husband's will 



died lo January i/of- ^^'11 dated 17 January 170s 
proved 18 February 170^ (P.C.C. 30 Poky). 



18 February 170^; died 5 March 171I, bur. 
at Esher, co. Surrey. 



A 



lolin Salusbury of Bachycraig ; mentioned in his=j=Hester Maria, mentioned in her mother's 



mother-in-law's will 3 November 1756; died in London 
in December 1762. 



will 3 November 1756; died 20 June 1773. 



A 



Lynch Salusbury Cotton of the Hon*"'' East India Co. ; not 21, 
3 November 1756. Administration granted in November 1772. 



Lady Anna Maria Pelham-=j=Field-Marshal Sir Stapleton Stapleton- Cotton,^ 



Clinton, eldest dau. of Thomas, 
3rd Duke of Newcastle, by 
Lady Anna Maria (Stanhope) 
his wife, dau. of William, 2nd 
Earl of Harrington ; born 29 
July 1783 ; marr. at Clumber 
Park, CO. Nottingham, by 
special licence, i January 
1801 ; died at Clifton, co. Glou- 
cester, 31 May 1807. ist wife. 



I I I 
Robert Henry Stapleton 
Cotton, born at Gort, co. 
Galway, 18 January 1802; 
died at Combermere Abbey 
13 February 182 1. 

Two sons, died in infancy. 



Viscount Combermere of Bhurtpore and Baron 
Combermere of Combermere, baronet, G.C.B., 
G.C.H., K.S.L ; born at Llewenny Hall, co. 
Denbigh, 14 November 1773 ; admitted to West- 
minster School 28 January 1785; 2nd Lieutenant 
Royal Welsh Fusiliers 26 February 1790, Lieu- 
tenant 1791, Captain 6th Dragoon Guards 1793 ; 
served in Flanders at Fremont and Catteau 
1793-94; Major 1794, Lieut.-Colonel 25th Light 
Dragoons 9 March 1794; commanded his 
regiment at the Cape of Good Hope 1796-97, 
and in the campaign against Tippoo Sahib 
1798-99, including battle of Malavelly and siege 
of Seringapatam (medal); Colonel 1800, Major- 
General 1805; M.P. for Newark 1806-14; "i 
command of a cavalry brigade in Portugal 1808 
-1809, including the battle of Talavera 28 July 
1809 (thanks of Parliament) ; covered the retreat 
to Torres Vedras July to September 1810, 
at the head of the ist Cavalry Division; 
Lieut.-General 181 2, Commander of the allied 
cavalry 181 2-14, severely wounded at Salamanca 22 July 18x2 (thanks of 
Parliament); K.B. 16 August 1812, Grand Cross of the Tower and Sword of 
Portugal and of St. Ferdinand and Charles HL of Spain ; in command of the 
cavalry at the battles of the Pyrenees, Orthez and Toulouse 10 April 1814 (gold 
cross with clasp, silver medal with three clasps) ; created Baron Combermere of 
Combermere 17 .May 1814, and received pension of _;^2,ooo ; Commander of the 
allied cavalry in France in July 181 7; Governor of Barbadoes and G.C.H. 181 7 ; 
Commander-in-Chief in Ireland and P.C. (Ireland) 1822, General 1825, 
Commander-in-Chief in India 1825-29; captured the fortress of Bhurtpore 
II December 1825; created Viscount Combermere of Bhurtpore 8 February 
1827; took by Royal Licence dated 21 November 1827, the additicmal name of 
Stapleton; Colonel ist Life Guards 16 September 1829; D.C.L. (Oxford) 1834; 
P.C. 1834; Constable of the Tower of London 1852; Field-Marshal 2 October 
1855 ; K.S.I. 19 August 1861 ; died at Colchester House, Clifton, co. (Sloucesler, 
21 February, bur. in \Vrenbury Church, co. Chester, 2 March 1865. M.I. Will 
dated 8 July 1862, proved 25 April 1865, by Wellington Henry, Viscount 
Combermere, son, the sole executor (Prin. Reg., 237, 65). Portrait, by Mary 
Pearson, in the National Portrait Gallery ; Equestrian Statue, by Marochetti, 
at Chester Castle. (See ^^ Dictionary of National Biogra/>hy," Vol. XII., 
page 316). He married 3rdly at St. George's, Hanover Square, London, 
2 October 1838, Mary Woollcy, dau. and heir of Robert Gibbings of Gibbings 
Grove, co. Cork, M.D. She died, aged 90, 31 August 1889. /\ 

86 



=Caroline Greville, 
2nd daughter of 
Captain William 
Fulke Greville, 
R.N., by Meliora 
his wife, dau. 
and heir of the 
Rev. the HonW' 
Richard South- 
well ; marr. at 
Lambeth Palace 
22 June 1814; 
died at Dover, 
CO. Kent, 25 
January 1S37. 
2nd wife. 



Charlotte Cot- Rt. Hon'''^ Sir Thomas Taylor of Kells, co. Meath, bafonet ;=]=Anne, niarr. 
ton, bur. at liorn in Dublin 20 July 1662 ; of Trinity College, Dublin, 20 Jun« 
Esher, co. admitted Fellow Commoner 15 November 1677; M.P. for 

Surrey. Kells August 1695 to 1699 and November 1713 to 1736; 

Sheriff of CO. Meath 1701 ; created a baronet 12 June 1704; 

Privy Councillor (Ireland) 1 June 1726; died 8 August 1736. 

Will dated 10 July 1736, proved 19 August 1736 (Prerog : 

('ourt, Ireland). /K 



20 June 
1682 ; died 
22 August 
1710. 



I III 

Sidney Arabella Cotton of Tryni Vere Cotton, died Ceorge Calveley William Salusbury 



Street, Bath, co. Somerset ; men- 
tioned in her mother's will 3 
November 1756; died 30 January 
1 78 1. Will dated 25 January 
1781, proved 5 February 1781 
(P.C.C. 60 Webster). 



aged 1 7, bur. at 
Wrenbury, co. Ches- 
ter, 23 September 
1730. M.I. 



Cotton, living 24 Cotton, died be- 
May I 7 15. fore 24 May 1715- 



Very Rev. George Cotton, LL.D., Dean of Chester ;=j=Katherine Maria Tomkinson, dau. 



admitted into St. Peter's College, Westminster, in 1761, 
aged 13; of Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1765, 
M.A. 1768, LL.D. 1787; Rector of Stoke, co. Stafford, 
November 1772, Dean of Chester 10 February 1787, 
Rector of Doddleston, co. Chester, 21 March 1787, .and 
of Davenham, co. Chester, 28 January 1797; died at 
Bath 10 December 1805. 



of James Tomkinson of Dorfold 
Hall, CO. Chester, by Katherine his 
wife, dau. of Thomas VV'etettenhall 
of Nantwich, co. Chester, esquire ; 
marr. in 1771; died in December 
i8i8. 



I 
Lynch Sidney 
Cotton, Major 
Cheshire Militia; 
mentioned in 
will of Sidney 
Arabella Cotton 
25 January 1 781; 
died in 1813. 



Mary Ann Majendie,=j=Very Rev. James Henry Cotton, = 
2nd dau. of the Rt. | born at the Deanery, Chester, 8 



Rev. Henry William 
Majendie, D.D., 
Bishop of Chester, 
and afterwards of 
Bangor, by his wife, 
Anne Routeledge of 
Stapleton, co. Cum- 
berland ; marr. at 
Bangor 1 4 April 1 8 1 o ; 
died at Tany Bryn, 
near Bangor, aged 35, 
8 October, bur. at 
Bangor 1 3 October 
1823. I St wife. 



February 17S1; educated at Chester 
and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
LL.B. 1804; Vicar of Bangor 1819 
-38, Precentor of Bangor 31 March 
18 10 to 31 March 1838, Dean 31 
March 1838, Rector of Llanllechid, 
CO. Carnarvon, 182 1 until his 
death ; died at the Deanery, 
Bangor, aged 82, 28 May, bur. in 
the churchyard of Bangor Cathedral 
4 June 1862. Will dated 6 Feb- 
ruary 1862, proved at Bangor 8 
September 1862, by the Rev. Henry 
James Cotton, son. 



A 

{For issue see "Visitation of England and JVa/es," 
Vol. X.. page 6g.) 



=Mary Lawrens 
Fisher, eldest 
dau. of Samuel 
Fisher of Bath, 
M.D., and niece 
of the Rt. Rev. 
John Fisher, 
Bishop of Salis- 
bury ; marr. by 
licence at Mary- 
lebone Church, 
London, 6 June 
1826; died at 
Bangor 27 Jan- 
uary 1829. 2nd 
wife. 



Hester Maria Cotton, died at Ludgrove Cottage, near Barnet, co. Hertford, aged 73, 20 March 
1845. ^^'i'l dated 21 March 1843, proved 2 April 1845, by Mary Mainwaring, spinster, niece, 
the sole executrix (P.C.C. 275, 45). 

87 



Sir Henry Tichborne, Lord Ferrard (son and heir of Sir \Villiam=f=Arabella, 
Tichborne of Beaulieu, co. Louth, Lord Chief Baron of the marr. in 
Exchequer of Ireland); created a baronet 12 July 1697, and 1683. 
Baron Ferrard of Beaulieu, in the Peerage of Ireland, 9 October 
1715 : died 3 November 1731. /\ 



Jane Cotton, 
died in infancy. 



Henry Salus- Hugh Calveley Cotton, died in infancy 
bury Cotton, 24 June 1702, bur. at Wrenbury, co. 
died young. Chester. M.I. 



Herbert Cotton, 
died young. 



Anne Cotton, 
died young. 



Thomas Cotton of the Treasury ; one of the Chief Clerks= 
in H.M. Treasury; mentioned in his grandmother's will 
3 November 1756; died at Ham Common, co. Surrey, 
in November 1820. Will dated 29 January 1783, proved 
18 December 1820 (P.C.C. 660 A'c«/)". 



=Mary Atwick, dau. and coheir 
of William Atwick of Portman 
Square, London; marr. 8 October 
1779; executrix to her husband's 
will 18 December 1820. 



William Cotton, born in 1780; died at 25 Bryanston Square, 
London, aged Si, 7 July 1861. Will dated 8 June 1859, 
with two codicils dated 8 February i860 and 19 February 
1861, proved 29 July i85i (Prin. Reg., 421, 61). 



Thomas Davenant Cotton, Captain 7th Royal Fusiliers ; served at= 
taking of Copenhagen and Martinique, Peninsula 1810, Salamanca 
and the Pyrenees ; Brigade-Major to Major-General Byng, com- 
manding 2nd Division ; mortally wounded at Anhoue, near 
Bayonne, 10 November, died at Nivelle, aged ig, 13 November 
1813. (Ste Gent's Mag., Vol. Sj, part it., page 624.) 



=Mary Burnley, 
marr. 25 June 
1810. 



A 



Frances 
Cotton. 



Rev. William Cotton, admitted to Westminster School 25 February 1788, of Trinity Hall, 
Cambridge, LL.B. i8oi ; Vicar of Audlem, co. Chester, i8 October 1802, Rector of Hinstock, 
CO. Salop, 10 April 1810, and of ■'Vdderley, co. Salop, 17 March 1820; died at Burleydam, co. 
Chester, 16 June 1853. 



88 



Nathaniel Lee of Dernhall,=y=Sidney. 
CO. Chester, esquire ; bapt. at 
Whitegate, co. Chester, 4 
March 165I. 

A 



Penelope Cotton, Jane Cotton, Catherine Cotton, 
living 30 October living 30 Oc- died an infant. 
1 7 10. tober 1710. 



William Cotton, 
living 25 January 
1781. 



Richard Cotton, Captain 33rd Regiment, Ensign 17 
March 1769; living 25 January 1781 ; killed at Camden, 
America. 



John Cotton. 



Henry Calveley Cotton of= 
Woodcote, CO. Oxford ; Lieu- 
tenant 27th Foot 9 June 1784, 
Captain 1792, Captain jst 
Life Guards ; created D.C.L. 
(Oxford) 6 July 1810; died at 
Knutsford, co. Chester, aged' 
81, 15 May 1831. 



=Matilda Lockwood, only 
dau. of John Lockwood 
of Ashtead, co. Surrey, 
esquire, by Matilda 
Conyers his wife ; marr. 
14 April 1788 ; died at 
Chorlton Lodge, co. 
Chester, aged 84, 3 
February 1848. 



Colonel Thomas=Elizabeth, marr. 
Davenant of Dray- in 1782. 
ton, CO. Salop. 



A 



Hester, married 
Major Greene. 



Catherine Maria, 
marr. in 1798, 
Philip Humber- 
stone. — 
I 



Mary Cotton, died at the Deanery, Bangor, 13 May 
1851. Will dated 25 January 1847, proved at Chester 
6 December 185 1, by James Henry Cotton, brother, 
and in P.C.C. (18, 52) 13 January 1852. 



Sir Henry Mainwaring Mainwaring of Peover, co. Chester, baronet=j=Sophia, marr. by special 



(eldest son of Thomas Whetenhall, afterwards Mainwaring, half- 
brother of Sir Henry Mainwaring of Over Peover, 4th and last 
baronet); born 25 April 1782; created a baronet 26 May 1804; 
died at Marbury, co. Chester, 11 January i860. /|\ 

89 



licence at Burleydam, co. 
Chester, 28 December 1803 ; 
died 24 May 1838. 



Henry Shelley of Lewes, co.=j=Philadelphia, unrnar- 
Sussex, esquire; bapt. 15 | ried 3 November 
June 1725; died, aged 77, 
in January 1805, bur. in St. 
Anne's, Lewes. Will, un- 
dated (made in February 
1803), proved 9 February 
1805, by Henry Shelley, son 
(P.C.C. 129 Nelson). A 



1756; marr. before 
25 January 1781 ; 
administratrix to her 
grandmother 8 Feb- 
ruary 1759 ; died, 
aged 81, 7 May 1819. 



Rev. John Tench of= 
Davenham, co. Ches- 
ter ; of Pembroke 
College, Oxford, ma- 
triculated 17 Decem- 
ber 1735, aged 19, 
of Trinity College, 
B.A. 174J. 



=Mary, mentioned 
in codicil to will of 
her grandmother 6 
May 1758; marr. 
at St. Mary's, 
Chester, 7 October 
1760. 



A 



Salusbury Sir Corbet Corbet of Stoke-on-Trent, co. Stafford, and of^^Hester Salusbury, 
Cotton. Adderley, co. Salop, baronet (only son of Colonel Thomas born 6 February 
Davenant, by Anne his wife, sister and heir of Sir Henry 1753; marr. at 
Corbet, 6th baronet); born 6 February 1752; of Trinity Wrenbur)', co. 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1774, M.A. 1777; took by Royal Chester, in 1772. 
Licence dated 20 January 1 783, the name of Corbet in place 
of Davenant; created a baronet 27 June 1786; died at 
Cambridge 31 March 1823. 



Lieut. -Colonel Lynch Cotton, =Louisa Margaret Robbins, dau. of John Robbins of Green 
Lieutenant Royal Welsh Fusi- Street, Grosvenor Square, London ; died at 38 Green Street 
liers 5 March 1796, Captain 11 September 1859. Will dated i December 1858, proved 
15th Light Dragoons 1800, i October 1859, by Charles Robbins Maxwell, M.D., nephew 
Major 26 September 1805 ; (Prin. Reg., 613, 59). She married 2ndly, General the Hon'''' 
died in the East Indies in 1808. Sir William Lumley, G.C.B. 



90 



Pedigree of Pearson. 



Pearson. 

[Vol. lo, p. 73.] 



Edward Pearson of Wolverhampton, =pElizabeth, died 



CO. Stafford (son of Humphrey 
Pearson); bapt. in April 1644; died 
14 May 1716. 



9 December 
1 69 1. 



Anne, died 28=i=Joh 
February 1775^ 
I St wife. 



n Pearson of Wolverhampton, =Elizabeth, died 
ironmonger; bom 4 June 1672; 23 June 1721. 
died 7 September 1727. Will dated 2nd wife. 
29 August 1724, proved at Lichfield 
27 November 1727. 



^crlyn^ 



ydrOr^rU^ 



Edward Pearson of Tettenhall, co. Stafford, gent ; bom 19 August=j=Elizabeth Moreton, dau. 
1698; executor to wills of his father 27 November 1727, and his of Thomas Moreton of 
brother-in-law, Jonah Persehouse, 30 June 1737; died 27 February 
1775. Will dated 22 July 1771, proved 27 February 1776 
(P.C.C. 89 Bellas). 



road 



uycoa 




<^-?^ZL-i 



Newport, co. Salop, 
gent, by Elizabeth 
(Hoden) his wife ; bapt. 
at Newport 23 March 
169!; marr. 21 August 
1722; died 20 Decern ber 
I77S- 



. . . Deakin of= 
Albrighton (near 
Wolverhampton), 
CO. Salop ; died 
before 22 July 
1791. 



'Elizabeth, born 
24 May, bapt. 
5 June 1723; 
mentioned in 
the will of her 
brother-in-law, 
Francis Holy- 
oake, 2 1 May 
I795' 



John Pearson, 
bom 1 1 April, 
bapt. 27 April 
1727; died 3 
February 172^. 



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Francis Holyoake of= 
Tettenhall, gent ; born 
20 July 1727 ; died at 
Tettenhall i November 
1796. Will dated 21 
May 1795, with codicil 
dated 30 September 

1796, proved 16 May 

1797, by Francis Holy- 
oake, nephew (P.C.C. 
328 Exeter). 



=Anne, born 17 
August, bapt. at 
Wolverhampton 
29August 1729; 
marr. at Tetten- 
hall 12 Septem- 
ber 1757 ; died 
27 February 
1798. 



91 



Jonah Persehouse of Sedgley and Wolverhampton, co. Stafford,= 
ironmonger; bapt. at Sedgley i January i69y; bur. there ii January 
i73y. Will dated i6 November 1736, proved 30 June 1737 (P.C.C. 
141 Wake). 




'^r^rz^^ 





\^/V/ZC^ /u^^£^- 



=Elizabeth, born 7 
October 1699; marr. 
31 October 1721, 
marriage settlements 
dated 14 October {see 
^^ Fragmenia, Genea- 
logua," Vol. XL, 

page lyy) ; died 
before 16 November 
1736- 



A 



£4\aH ^ea^<^ 



B 



Thomas Pearson of Tettenhall, co.= 
Stafford, esquire ; born 3 May, bapt. 
25 May 1732; of St. Edmund Hall, 
Oxford, matriculated 14 February 
i7tT' o^ Christ Church, B.A. 1753, 
M.A. 1756; executor to his father's 
■will 27 February 1776; died, aged 64, 
25 August 1796. Will dated . . April 
1796, proved 23 May 1797 (I'.C.C. 
357 Exeter). 



=Ehzabeth Leake, dau. and heir of John Pearson, 
John Leake of Salter's Hall, Newport, born 18 July 
CO. Salop, by Penelope his wife, dau. 1737, died the 
of George Hector of Lichfield, co. same day. 
Stafford, esquire; born 6 June 1743; 
niarr. at Newport 8 April 1771; 
executri.x to her husband's will 23 
May 1797; died at Castle Cary, co. 
Somerset, 12 April 1832, bur. at Great 
Chalfield, co. Wilts. 



John Pearson of Tettenhall Wood, esquire ; born at Tettenhall=f=Jane Elizabeth Matilda Hooke, 



Wood 25 December 1771 ; educated at Wolverhampton 
Grammar School and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 
24 October 1789; of Lincoln's Inn, admitted 28 October 
1790, Barrister-at-Law 1802; Advocate-General of Bengal April 
1824 to May 1840; died at Milton Street, Dorset Square, 
London, 16 April 1841, bur. in the old cemetery of St. 
George's, Hanover Square, London. Will dated 5 October 
1840, proved 8 May 1841 (P.(;.C. 360, 41). (&c Gent's 
7V:.S"., Vol. 16, page 42 S.) 



Mag., 





dau. of Lieut. -C'olonel George 
Philip Hooke of the 17th 
Foot, by Mary his wife, dau. of 
Matthew Bloxam of Hinckley, 
CO. Leicester, surgeon ; born at 
Harwell, co. Leicester, 14 April 
1784; marr. there 21 December 
1802; died at Long Ashton, 
CO. Somerset, 16 November, 
bur. there 23 November 1833. 



A 

(For issue see ^'Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. X., page 73.) 



92 



Edward Johnstone of Edgbaston= 
Hall, CO. Warwick, M.D. ; born 
at Kidderminster, co. Worcester, 
26 September 1757; educated 
at Kidderminster and Edin- 
burgh, M.D. 1779; Physician 
to the Birmingham General 
Hospital, I St Principal of 
Queen's College, Birmingham ; 
died at Edgbaston Hall 4 
September, bur. in Edgbaston 
Old Church 10 September 185 1. 
(See ''^Dictionary of National 
Biography;' Vol XXX., 
page 74). 



=Elizabeth,born 

at Tettenhall, 
CO. Stafford, 7 
March 1773 ; 
marr. there 3 
October 1802; 
died at Edg- 
baston Hall 
3 April 1823, 
bur. at Edgbas- 
ton. 2nd wife. 



Rev. Thomas Pear-= 
son. Rector of 
Great \Vitley, co. 
Worcester ; born at 
'I'ettenhall 17 June 
1774 ; Rector of 
Stockton- on -Teme, 
CO. Worcester, 7 
April 1828, and of 
Great Witley 24 
October 1828; died 
at Great Witley 15 
March 1857, bur. 
there. M.I. 



A 



=Sarah Gibbons, dau. of 
Thomas Gibbons of The 
Oaks, Wolverhampton, 
by Mary his wife, dau. 
of James Moseley of 
Leaton Hall, co. Staf- 
ford; born 5 May 1782; 
marr. at (?) St. John's, 
Wolverhampton, 24 April 
1799; died at Abberley, 
CO. Worcester, 2 1 May 
1873, bur. at Great 
Witley. M.I. 



{See Pedii^ree of Gibbons, 
Vol. VIII., page isi.) 



A 



Edward Pearson= 
of Pickhill, CO. 
Flint ; born at 
Tettenhall 2 7 
September 1775; 
died at Pickhill 
28 June 1856, 
bur. at Overton, 
CO. Flint. 



=Lucy Hesketh, sister of Sir Thomas 
Dalrymple Hesketh, 3rd baronet, and 
dau. of Thomas Hesketh, by Jacintha 
his wife, dau. of Hugh Dalrymple, 
Attorney-General of Granada ; born at 
Preston, co. Lancaster, 4 September 
1782; marr. at St. George 
Square, London, 4 March i»oi 



John Tayleur 
of Buntingsdale 
Hall, CO. Salop, 
esquire ; born 
14 July 1772 ; 
died 27 Sep- 
Hanover teniber 1856. 
died 



at Athrey Wood House, Overton, 31 
March 1836, bur. at Overton. 



A 



=Penelope, born 
at Tettenhall 19 
August 1777; 
marr. there 7 
March 1796. 



A 



Rev. Richard Warner, Rector of Chelwood, co. Somerset ; born in= 
Marylebone, London, 18 October 1763; educated at Christchurch, 
CO. Hants, and at St. Mary's Hall, Oxford, matriculated 19 October 
1787; Curate-in-Charge of All Saints', Bath, co. Somerset, 26 October 
1794, and of St. James' April 1795 to 18 17, Rector of Great Chalfield, 
CO. Wilts, 13 May 1809 to 1857, Vicar of Norton 1817, and of 
Timberscombe 1825, Rector of Croscombe 1826, and of Chelwood 
1827-57, all CO. Somerset; F.S.A. 1826; author of "A History of 
Bath," and many other works; died 27 July, bur. in the chancel 
of Chelwood Church 11 August 1857. M.I. {See "Dictionary of 
National Biography" Vol. LIX., page jpp.) /K 



=Anne, born at Tettenhall 
5 October 1779; marr. 
there 5 October 1801 ; 
died at Widcombe, co. 
Somerset, 23 March 
1865, bur. at Chelwood. 



93 



Legh. 

[Vol. 10, p. 78.] 




Pedigree of LegJi. 



Thomas Legh of Adlington, co.= 
Chester, esquire (son and heir of 
Thomas Legh of AdUngton, esquire, 
by Mary his wife, dau. of Richard 
Grosvenor of Eaton, co. Chester, 
esquire); born in January 154!^; aged 
I year, 9 months and 3 weeks 16 
November 1549; builder of Adlington 
Hall 1581 ; bought the manor and 
advowson of Prestbury, co. Chester ; 
Sheriff of co. Chester 1588; died at 
Adlington 25 January, bur. at 
Prestbury 26 January 160^. Will 
dated 20 November 1600. Inq. p. m. 
taken at Chester 7 October 1602 
{Chester, File 86, No. 23). 



=Sybel Brereton, 
dau. of Sir Urian 
Brereton of Hand- 
forth, CO. Chester, 
knight ; marr. at 
Cheadle, co. Ches- 
ter, 29 June 1563; 
bur. at Prestbury 
19 February i6!^§^. 
Will dated 1 June 
1608. Adminis- 
tration granted at 
Chester 26 Feb- 
ruary i6y^. 



Sir Uriati Legh of Adlington, knight ; bapt. at=f=Margaret Trafford, dau. of 



Cheadle in 1566; of Brasenose College, Oxford, 
matriculated 31 May 1583, aged 15; of 
Lincoln's Inn, admitted 18 March 1584; 
knighted by the Earl of Essex at the taking 
of Cadiz 26 June 1596 ; aged 35 and more 25 
January iboh; Sheriff of co. Chester 1613; 
died, aged 61, at Adlington 2 June, bur. at 
Prestbury 4 June 1627. Funeral certificate taken 
at Adlington 26 July 1627. Liq. p. m. taken at 
Knutsford 17 April 1630 (Chester, File 100, 
No. 17). 



Sir Edmund Trafford of 
Trafford, co. Lancaster, 
knight, by Elizabeth his 
2nd wife, dau. of Sir 
Ralph Leicester of Toft, 
CO. Chester, knight ; mar- 
riage settlements dated 9 
September 1586. 



Thomas Legh, 
bapt. at Cheadle 
26 August 1568 ; 
admitted to Lin- 
coln's Inn 18 
March 1 58^; slain 
at Blackadder, in 
Ireland, in 1598. 



Thomas Legh of Adlington, esquire ; born at= 
Adlington 26 July, bapt. at Prestbury 30 July 
1593; mentioned in his grandfather's will 20 
November 1600; Sheriff of co. Chester 1629 
and 1643; Colonel in the Royalist Army; 
died at the siege of Chester in January 164!. 
His body was placed in St. Mary's-at-Hill, 
Chester, 8 January 164!, and afterwards 
removed to Prestbury. 



=Anne Gobert, dau. of John Gobert of 
Husband Bosworth, co. Leicester, esquire, by 
Lucy his wife ; marr. at Prestbury 23 August 
1610, marriage settlements dated 20 July; 
bur. at Prestbury 12 February 167^^. She 
married 2ndly Alexander Rigby of Midleton, 
in Goosnargh, co. Lancaster, Baron of the 
Exchequer, and 3rdly Sir John Booth of 
Woodford, co. Chester, knight. 



Thomas Legh of Adlington, esquire ;= 
born 5 April, bapt. at Prestbury 17 
April 1 614; of Brasenose College, 
Oxford, matriculated 9 December 
1631 ; admitted to Gray's Inn 29 
May 1633; Colonel in the Royalist 
Army; Sheriff of co. Chester 1662; 
bur. at Prestbury 17 December 
1687. Will dated 20 .\ugust 
1686, with codicil dated 10 March 
168^, proved at Chester 6 Septem- 
ber '1688. 



=Mary Bolles, dau. of Thomas 
Bolles of Osberton, co. Not- 
tingham, esquire, by Dame 
Mary Bolles (created a 
Baronetess 19 December 
1635) his wife, dau. and 
coheir of William \\'ytham 
of Ledsham Hall, co. York ; 
bur. at Prestbury 22 No- 
vember 1656, 



Robert I reland= 
of Albrighton, 
CO. Salop, 

esquire. 



=Lucy, bapt. 
at Prestbury 
1 3 Novem- 
ber 1 6 1 5 ; 
marr. there 
24 April 
1638. 



94 



John Glazier of Lea,=^Mary, bapt. at=j=Sir John Bentley of Breadsall, co. 



CO. Chester, esquire; 
marr. at Prestbury, 
CO. Chester, 2 1 April 
1590 ; bur. there 17 
January 159!. Will 
proved at Chester. 
I St husband. 



Cheadle, co. Ches- 
ter, 2 November 
1569 ; executrix to 
her 2nd husband's 
will 24 May 1622 ; 
bur. at Manchester 
25 July 1638. Will 
dated 13 May 1636, 
proved at Chester 
6 August 1638. 



Derby ; marr. at Prestbury 7 June 
1597, marriage settlements dated 
6 June; died i Feliruary 162 J, bur. 
at Stanley, near Derby. Will dated 
24 August 162 1, with codicil 
dated 9 January 162^, proved 24 
May 1622 (P.C.C. '48 Savile). 
Inq. p. m. taken at Derby i Oc- 
tober 1623 (C Vol. 401, No. loi). 
He married istly Frances, dau. of 
Nicholas Bagshaw of Farwall, co. 
Stafford. 2nd husband. 



Edward Legh, 
bapt. at Prest- 
bury 29 January 
iS7t ; living 1 
June 1608. 



/K 



Alexander Rigby of Chester and Midleton, in=j=Lucy, bapt. at Henry Leigh=f=Mary, marriage 



Goosnargh, co. Lancaster, esquire ; of Gray's 
Inn, admitted i November 1610; Colonel in 
the Parliamentary Army; M.P. for Wigan 17 
March i6f§, Baron of the Exchequer i June 
1649; Member of the Committee for co. 
Lancaster i April 1643; commanded at the 
siege of Lathom House in May 1644; 
nominated a Judge for the trial of the King ; 
fell ill at the Assizes at Chelmsford and died 
in London 18 August, bur. at Preston, co. 
Lancaster, 9 September 1650. He married 
2ndly Anne (Goberte), widow of Thomas 



Legh of Adlington, co. Chester. 



Manchester 12 
July 1596; 
marr. in 1619 ; 
bur. at (?) Pres- 
ton 5 March 
164I. 



of Rowcliffe, 
CO. Cumber- 
land, esquire; 
living 163I. 



licence (Ches- 
ter) dated 24 
June i6i8; bur. 
at Prestbury 5 
February 163I. 



A 



A 



John Legh, bapt. 
at Pre,stbury 20 
January 16 ly; ad- 
mitted to Gray's 
Inn 29May 1633; 
slain in civil war. 



Ann Gerard, dau. of Thomas= 
Gerard of Riddings, co. Chester, 
by Catherine his 2nd wife, dau. of 
Sir Richard Brooke of Norton, 
CO. Chester ; (?) bur. at Lymm, co. 
Chester, 2 December 1667. She 
married istly William Domville 
of Lymm, esquire, who was bur. 
8 February 165I. ist wife. 



'Charles Legh, bapt.= 
at Prestbury 4 
March i6i|-; sur- 
rendered at Farring- 
don to Sir Thomas 
Fairfax 1 7 July 1 646. 



=Margaret Bagshawe, 
dau. of Thomas 
Bagshawe of Ridge, 
CO. Derby ; bur. at 
Prestbury 8 October 
1 67 1. 2nd wife. 



Anne Legh, bapt. 
at Prestbury 18 
November 1641 ; 
died in infancy. 



Richard Legh of the East Hall, in High Legh,=pMary, bapt. at Prestbury 



CO. Chester, esquire; aged 31, 16 September 
1663; Sheriff of co. Chester 1693; bur. at 
Rostherne, co. Chester, 29 December 1705. 



13 December 1642; bur. 
at Rostherne 30 November 
1700. 



95 



Ralph Legh, bapt. 
at Prestbury, co. 
Chester, 27 No- 
vember 1572 ; 
living in 1597; 
slain at Newry, 
in Ireland. 



Richard Sutton of Sutton, co.Chester,=j=Elizabeth, bapt.=Thomas Molyneux 



esquire, eldest son and heir of Francis 
Sutton of Sutton, esquire, by Ellen 
his wife, dau. of Sir Richard Molyneux 
{see Pedigree of Molyneux) ; aged 
about 8 13 April 1584; marr. at 
Prestbury i September 1583, marriage 
settlements dated 29 August ; slain 
at Chester Assizes 25 September 
1 60 1 , bur. in Chester Cathedral. Will 
dated 25 September 1601, proved 
at Chester in 1602. Inq. p. m. 
taken at Macclesfield 21 September 
1602 (Chester, File 86, No. 25). 
I St husband. 



at Prestbury 4 of Hawkley, co. 

August 1574 ; Lancaster ; marr. 

living I June before i June 1608. 

1608. 2nd husband. 



A 



Urian Legh, Citizen of Robert Legh, Frances Legh, Margaret Legh, Henry Legh, 
London ; born at Adling- bapt. at Prest- bapt. at Prest- bur. at Prest- bapt. at Prest- 
ton, CO. Chester, 16 May, bury 25 April bury ii March bury 30 January bury 27 Sep- 



bapt. at Prestbury 27 May 1604. 
1600; (?) of St. Giles', 
Cripplegate, London, 6 
August 1663; (?) bur. at 
Prestbury i November 
1680. 



1 6f§; bur. there 162^. 
23 August 1630. 



tember 1612 ; 
living 26 July 
1627. 



Alexander Rigby of Goosnargh, co.=y=Margaret, bapt. 
Lancaster (son of Alexander Rigby, at Prestbury 1 1 
by Lucy his ist wife); bapt. at August 1619. 
Prestbury 20 August 1620. He 2nd wife, 
married istly Elizabeth, dau. of 
Sir William Herris of Shenfield, co. 
Essex, knight; and 3rdly Margaret, 
dau. of Sir Gilbert Hoghton of 
Hoghton Tower, co. Lancaster, | 
knight. /K 



Peter Legh, bapt.=j=Elizabeth Young, 



at Prestbury 2 
August 1620 ; 
taken prisoner at 
the battle of 
Naseby ; died 
before 20 August 
1686. 



dau of John Young 
of Plumbley, co. 
Salop ; (?) marr. at 
St. Chad's, Shrews- 
l)ury,niarriage licence 
(Vicar-General) dated 
6 August 1663, then 
aged about 25. 



A 



Thomas Legh of Adling- = 
ton, esquire ; bapt. at 
Prestbury 16 February 
164^ ; of Gray's Inn, 
admitted 16 May 1663; 
Sheriff of co. Chester 
1688; died, aged 47, 
bur. at Prestbury 17 
April 1691. Administra- 
tion granted 21 October 
1691 (P.C.C.) 



=Johanna Maynard, dau. and heir of 
.Sir John Maynard, knight, Serjeant- 
at-Law ; marriage licence (Faculty 
Office) dated 30 July 1666, then 
age<l 20 ; administratrix to her 
husband 21 October i6gi ; bur. at 
Chorley, co. Lancaster, in 1700. 
Will dated i August 1696, proved 
at Chester 20 February 170^. 



96 



Henry Legh, 
bur. at Prest- 
bury26January 
164^. 



John Legh, 
bapt. at Prest- 
bury I January 
164I; buried 
there 16 Jan- 
uary 164^. 



Joan, bur. at Prestbury, co. 
Chester, 28 January 157I. 



Frances Legh, bapt. at Prest- 
bury I May 1577; bur. there 
4 September following. 



Dorothy Legh, bapt. at Prestbury 
29 July 1578; bur. there 19 
May 1582. 



Henry Arderne of Harden, co.=j=Margaret, bapt. at^William Davenport of Branihall, co. 

Chester, esquire (son and heir of 



Chester, esquire ; aged 34 and more 
at his father's death 20 March 16 15; 
marr. at Prestbury 4 June 1601 ; 
administrator to Sybel Legh 26 
February i6~§; died 2 November, 
bur. at Stockport, co. Chester, 
4 November 1623. Will proved at 
Chester in 1623. Inq. p. m. taken 
at Stockport 5 January, 21 James L 
[i62fj. ist husband. /^ 



Prestbury ig June 
1582; bur. at Stock- 
port 3 October 
1653. Portrait 

witli tier tiusband, 
at Bramiiall Hall, 
dated 1628. 



Sir William Davenport of Rramhall, 
knight) ; bapt. at Stockport 25 
March 1584; marr. there 26 Sep- 
tember 1627 ; bur. at Stockport 24 
May 1655. He married istly 
Frances, dau. of Thomas Wilbraham 
of Woodhay, co. Chester, esquire. 
2nd husband. 



Mary Russel.=Henry Legh of Pyrhill, co. Salop ; bapt. at Prestbury=i=Eleanor Corbet, 
ist wife. 13 September 1621 ; bur. at Albrighton, co. Salop, 14 April | 2nd wife. 

1670. /K 



Edward Legh of Parke Hall, co. Derby ; bapt. at=Anne Wheeler, dau. 
Prestbury 13 May 1649; of Brasenose College, Oxford, and heir of Charles 
matriculated 26 March i66g, aged 18; admitted to 
Gray's Inn 28 November 1670; he received lands at 
South Kilworth, co. Leicester, under his father's will 
20 August 1686. 



Wheeler of Parke 
Hall, CO. Derby. 



Peter Legh, bapt. 
at Prestbury 1 2 
November 1650; 
died in infancy. 



Thomas Legh, 
bapt. at Prestbury 
20 June 1667 ; 
died, aged 18 
months, bur. at 
Prestbury 3 De- 
cember 1668. 



John Legh of Adiington, co.= 
Chester, esquire; bapt. at Prestbury 
8 December 1668; of Brasenose 
College, 0.\ford, matriculated 19 
March 168^, aged 18; Sheriff of 
CO. Chester 1705, M.P. for Bodmin 
27 January i7if to March 172^; 
bur. at Prestbury 1 2 December 
1739- 



"Isabella Robartes, dau. of Robert, 
Viscount Bodmin (eldest son of John, 
ist Earl of Radnor, by Sarah his wife, 
dau. and coheir of John Bodvile of 
Bodvile Castle, co. Cornwall); marriage 
licence (Vicar-General) dated 17 July 
1693, then aged about 19; bur. at 
Prestbury 27 December 1725. 



Elizabeth Legh, bapt. at 
Prestbury 25 January 169^; 
died, aged 39, 1 7 August, 
bur. in Westminster Abbey 
20 August 1734. Adminis- 
tration granted 5 September 
1734- 



Sir Peter Davenport of Macclesfield, co.= 
Chester, knight ; died 24 January, bur. at 
Prestbury 27 January 174^. Adminis- 
tration granted at Chester. He married 
istly Mary, dau. of Edward Thornicroft, 
esquire, and 3rdiy Mary Patten of \ 
Warrington, co. Lancaster. /|\ 



Lucy Frances, bapt. at 
Prestbury 8 P'ebruary 
169I; marr. in 1726; bur. 
at I'restbury 25 November 
1728. 2nd wife. 



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I I 

Peter Davenport of Bramhall, co.=j=Anne, bapt. Sir John Peshall of Sugnal,=j=Frances, bapt. 

Chester, esquire (younger son and at Prestbury, 

heir of William Davenport, by co. Chester, 

Frances his ist wife); bapt. at i6 February 

Stockport, CO. Chester, 31 August i62f. 

1622 ; bur. there 8 April 1658. 



CO. Stafford, baronet ; 
born 30 September 1628; 
succeeded his grandfather 
as 2nd baronet 13 January 
1644 ; died in 1701. 



A 



at Prestbury 25 
January i62f ; 
marr. in 1660. 



A 



Richard Assheton=j=Lucy, bapt. at Prestbury 



of Ashley, 
Chester, esquire ; 
died before 20 
August 1686. 



16 May 1652; executrix 
to her father's will 6 
September 1688 ; died 
before 8 October 1689. 



A 



Richard Legh of Clumber, 
CO. Nottingham ; bapt. at 
Prestbury 29 June 1653; of 
Brasenose College, Oxford, 
matriculated 28 March 1672, 
aged 17; living 20 August 
1686. 



Elizabeth Legh, 
bapt. at Prest- 
bury 2 November 
1656 ; bur. there 
1 1 February 165^. 



John Owen of Upholland, co. Lancaster, =j=Johanna, bapt. at Prestbury 26 September 1671 



esquire. Will proved at Chester in 1749. 



marr. at Chorley, co. Lancaster, 12 January i69|-; 
bur. at Upholland 6 April 1729. 



A 



Charles Legh of Adlington, co. Chester, esquire ;= 
born 17 September, bapt. at Prestbury 4 October 
1697; Sheriff of co. Chester 1747; died at 
Buxton 26 July, bur. at Prestbury 3 August 
1781. Will dated 28 January 1778, with codicils 
dated 12 June 1778 and 3 October 1780, proved 
at Chester 7 August 1781. 



'Hester Lee, dau. and coheir of Robert Lee of 
Wincham, co. Chester, esquire, by Hester his 
wife, dau. of Sir William Glegg of Gayton, co. 
Chester, knight ; marr. before 20 March 
173I, date of marriage settlements; executri.v 
to her husband's will 7 August 1781. Will 
dated September 1787. 



Thomas Legh of Wincham, esquire ; born=j=Mary Reynolds, dau. of Francis Reynolds of 
2 May, bapt. at Prestbury 27 May 1735 • Strangeways, Manchester, by Elizabeth his wife, 
died, aged 40, at Wincham 15 June, l)ur. dau. of Mathew, Lord Ducie ; died, aged 92, at 
at Prestbury ig June 1775. Administration ] Harpenden, co. Hertford, 26 May 1818, bur. at 
granted at Chester in 1775. Luton, co. Bedford. 



Thomas Legh, bur. at 
Prestbury 30 Ajiril 1759. 



Thomas Legh, bapt. at Capesthorne, 
CO. Chester, 29 April 1760; bur. at 
Prestbury 27 June 1760. 



98 



Dorothy Legh, 
bapt. at Prest- 
bury, CO. Chester, 
3 April 1625 ; 
bur. there 1 7 
March 163I. 



John Hurlestone of= 
Picton, CO. Ches- 
ter, esquire ; bapt. 
at Plemonstall, co. 
Chester, 5 Novem- 
ber 1618 ; bur. 
there 23 July 1687. 



=Mary, bapt. at Prest- 
bury 6 December 
1625 ; marr. at Holy 
Trinity, Chester, 1 1 
May 1657 ; bur. at 
Plemonstall 5 Feb- 
ruary i6gj. 



William Wright=Penelope, bapt. 

of Longstone, at Prestbury 24 

CO. Derby. March 162J; 

marr. there 19 

May 1655. 



A 



Robert Legh of Chorley,= 
CO. Lancaster, esquire ; 
bapt. at Prestbury 7 Au- 
gust 1673. Will dated 
8 February 174^, proved 
at Chester 15 February 
i74t- 



=Mary Standish, dau. of Sir 
Richard Standish of Dux- 
bury, CO. Lancaster, baronet; 
marriage settlements dated 
August 1704, marriage licence 
dated 4 September. 



Thomas Townley of= 
Royle, CO. Lancaster, 
esquire; died in July 
1737. Will proved at 
Chester in 1738. 



=Anne, bapt. at 
Prestbury z 
August 1675; 
marr. at Chor- 
ley 4 February 
169I. 



A\ 



Thomas Legh, 
died young. 



Richard Legh, 
died young. 



Henry Legh of 
Chorley, esquire; 
executor to his 
father's will 15 
February 1747 ; 
died at Chorley 3 
December 1753. 
Administration 
granted atChester 
in 1753- 



Richard Crosse of Crosse=f=Anne, aged Margaret Legh, 

Hall, Chorley, esquire (son | 21 in 1726; of Chorley; 

of Thomas Crosse of I executrix to executrix to her 

Crosse Hall, by Mary her husband's father's will 15 

Clayton his wife); bapt. will 28 March February r747-. 

in 1699; died, aged 43, 1743; living Will dated 2 

5 December 1742. Will in 1753. October 1759, 

dated 11 November 1742, proved at Ches- 

proved at Chester 28 ter 24 October 

March 1743. /^ 1764- 

{J^or issue see page loj.) 



. . . Lancaster,=Frances, execu-=. . . Oliver. 

marr. after 1 5 trix to her 2nd husband. 

February 1 74y. father's will 15 

I St husband. February 1747^; 
living 2 October 
1759 ; died be- 
fore 28 January 
1778. 



William Turner=j=Elizabeth, 
of Blake Hall, marr. after 
CO. York. 8 February 

1 74-'-; living 
in i'7S3- 
A 



Mary Legh, of 
Preston;execu- 
trix to will of 
her sister Mar- 
garet, 24 Oc- 
tober 1764 ; 
living 28 Jan- 
uary 1778. 



99 



Legh. 

[Vol. lo, p. 78.] 



Pedigree of Crosse. 



I St wife. 



=John Crosse of Liverpool.=j=Agnes, mentioned in her 
Will dated 20 August 1502, husband's will 20 August 
proved 23 September 1502 1502. 2nd wife. 
(P.C.C. II Blamyr). 



William Crosse of Lon don, =j= Alice, execu- 



mercer ; mentioned in his 
father's will 20 August 
1502. Will dated i8 De- 
cember 1502, proved i 
March 150! (P.C.C. 22 
Blamyr). /1\ 



trix to her 

husband's will 
iMarchisof. 



John Crosse, Rector of 
Turvey, co. Bedford ; 
executor to his father's 
will 23 September 1502. 
Will dated 4 June 15 17, 
proved 6 July 15 17 
(P.C.C. 34 Holder). 



Mary, execu- 
trix to will of 
her brother 
John, 6 July 
1517- 



Elizabeth, 
living 4 
June 1517. 



Elizabeth Walton, dau. and=f=Richard Crosse of Liverpool ;= 
Roger Walton mentioned in his father's will 
CO. Lancaster. 20 August 1502. 



coheir of 
of Walton, 
I St wife. 



■Elizabeth Wynstanley, dau. of 
Edmund Wynstanley of Wyn- 
stanley, CO. Lancaster. 2nd wife. 



Roger Crosse of= 
Liverpool ; men- 
tioned in his 
grandfather's will 
20 August 1502 ; 
died 22 April 
1522. 



=Letitia Norreys, dau. of 
Thomas Norreys of West 
Derby, co. Lancaster ; 
marriage dissolved 14 
December 15 19; died 22 
April 1522. Inq. p. m. 
taken at Wigan 1 1 Au- 
gust 1528 (?) {Due. Lane, 
Vol. 6, A^o. iS). She 
married 2ndly Thomas 
Norreys of Speke, co. 
Lancaster. 



John Crosse, Rector of 
Moulsoe, CO. Buckingham ; 
mentioned in his grand- 
father's will 20 August 1502 ; 
executor to will of his uncle 
John 6 July 1517; aged 40 
and more 11 August 1528. 
Will dated 30 April 1532, 
proved 27 February 153! 
(P.C.C. 24 Throiver). 



Richard Crosse, 
living 4 June 
15 1 7; died before 
30 April 1532. 



William Crosse, =Joan (?) Banastre, sister of Richard 
living 19 Feb- Banastre of the Bank, co. Lan- 
ruary 152I; died caster; marr. before 19 February 
before 30 April 152I-; mentioned in will of her 
1532. brother-in-law, John Crosse, 30 

April 1532 ; living 23 June 1548. 



I 
Blanche, living 30 
April 1532 ; mar- 
ried Roger Bryers 
of Chorley, co. 
Lancaster. 



Margaret, living 30 
April 1532 ; married 
George Garston of 
Walton. 

A 



James Crosse, Citizen and Goldsmith of London ; mentioned in=[=Margaret 



will of his uncle John 4 June 151 7; executor to will of his 
brother John 27 February 153!; member of the Preston Guild 
by patrimony 1542 ; died 24 January 155!^. Inq. p. m. taken at 
Wigan {Due. Lane, Vol. 10, No. 20). 



Cotes. 



Edmund Crosse, 
executor to will 
of his brother 
John 27 February 
i53l- 



Alice Ashowe,= 
dau. of Roger 
Ashowe ; mar- 
riage contract 
made 1 1 Octo- 
ber 1533; living 
in 1558. ist 
wife. 



=John Crosse of Crosse Hall, 
Liverpool ; aged 33 and more 
24 January 155!, Mayor of 
Liverpool in 1566 and 1573. 
Will dated 24 July 1575, 
proved at Chester i August 
1575- 



=r=Alice Asheton,=Anne Langton, dau. of Robert 
dau. of Ralph Langton of Lowe, in Hindley, 
Asheton of Great co. Lancaster, esquire, by 
Lever, co. Lan- ... his wife, dau. of Sir 
caster. 2nd wife. Ralph Leycester of Toft, co. 
Chester, knight ; living 24 
July 1575- 3rd wife. 



Bridget, mentioned in her 
father's will 24 July 1575. 



John Crosse of= 
Crosse Hall, 

Chorley, co. Lan- 
caster, and Crosse 
Hall, Liverpool ; 
mentioned in his 
father's will 24 
July 1575; bur. 
at Chorley 6 
September 161 2. 



=Alice Moore, dau. 
of John Moore of 
Bank Hall, co. Lan- 
caster, esquire, by 
Anne his wife, dau. 
and heir of Tho- 
mas Hawarden of 
Chester; living 20 
August 16 1 7. 



Richard Crosse, 
mentioned in his 
father's will 24 

July 1575- 



Robert Crosse, 
mentioned in his 
father's will 24 

July 1575- 



William Crosse, 
mentioned in his 
father's will 24 

July '575- 



Edmund Crosse, men- 
tioned in his father's 
will 24 July 1575. 



Anne, married Laurence 
Ireland of Lydiate, co. 
Lancaster. =j= 



Richard Crosse of Crosse Hall,= 
Liverpool, esquire ; died at Liver- 
pool 27 March 16 19. Will dated 
20 August 1617, proved at Chester 
8 April 1619. Inq. p. m. taken 
at Preston 7 September 1619 
(Due. Lane, Vol. 22, No. g, and 
Vol. 25, No. j). 



=Anne Langton, dau. 
of Robert Langton 
of Lowe, in Hind- 
ley ; (?) marriage 
settlements dated 
20 September 1596. 



Elizabeth, married William Crosse, 
William Chorley of mentioned in his 
Chorley, esquire. brother's will 20 
August 1617. 

A 



Thomas Crosse=j= 
of Ledshaiii, co. 
Chester. 

A 



Christopher Crosse, living in 
Spain 1564 ; (?) living 1602 
(Preston Guild). 



Elizabeth, married 
George Bludworth. 



Julian Banastre,=f=John Crosse of Crosse Hall, Chorley, esquire ;= 



dau. of Henry 
Banastre of the 
Bank, co. Lan- 
caster, esquire, 
by Anne his 
2nd wife, dau. 
of James Ander- 
ton of Clayton, 
CO. Lancaster, 
esquire ; bur. at 
Chorley, co. 
Lancaster, 15 
March i62|. 
I St wife. 



mentioned in his father's will 20 August 161 7 ; 
aged 19 years, i month and 3 days 7 September 
1619; entered on roll of the Preston Guild 
2 September 1622 ; fined for knighthood 7 
September 1631 ; died at Toxteth Park, co. 
Lancaster, 3 December 1640, bur. at Liverpool. 
Will proved at Chester in 1640. Inq. p. m. 
taken at Preston 30 April 1641 {Due. Lane, 
Vol. 2g, No. 7). 



=Frances Woolfall, dau. of 
Thomas Woolfall of Wool- 
fall, CO. Lancaster, by Mary 
his wife, dau. of Richard 
Molyneux ; marriage settle- 
ments dated 16 February 
163^; living 30 April 1641. 
2nd wife. 



John Crosse of Chorley and Mellor, Thomas Crosse, 
CO. Lancaster, gent ; received land in living 30 Oc- 
Chorley under settlement made 30 tober 1640. 
October 1640; entered on roll of the 
Preston Guild 29 August 1642. 



Robert Crosse, 
entered on roll of 
the Preston Guild 
29 August 1642. 



Richard Crosse of Crosse Hall, Chorley, esquire ; born i September=pElizabeth, Frances. 
1624; of Hart Hall, Oxford, matriculated i July 1640; entered living 28 
on roll of the Preston Guild 29 August 1642 ; bur. at Chorley February 
18 March 165I. i68|. 



John Crosse of Crosse Hall, Chorley, esquire ; bapt. 29 Decern ber=j= Anne Yate, dau. of 



1648; of Brasenose College, Oxford, matriculated 27 November 1668; 
entered on roll of the Preston Guild i September 1662 and 
4 September 1682 ; died in 1688. Will dated 24 January i68|, 
administration granted at Chester 28 February i68|. 



the Rev. Samuel Yate 
of Middleton Cheney, 
CO. Northampton. 



Thomas Crosse of Crosse Hall, Chorley, esquire ;=i=Mary Clayton, marr. in 1698; living 11 



mentioned in his father's will 24 January 168" ; 
entered on roll of the Preston Guild 4 
September 1682; died in 1706. Administration 
granted at Chester in 1707. 



November 1742. She married 2ndly James 
Parker of Bagganley, gent. 



I 
Robert Crosse of Chorley, co. Lancaster, gent ; an apprentice 
in London 20 August 161 7; witness 30 October 1640; 
living in 1653. 



William Crosse, mentioned 
in his father's will 20 August 
1617. 



Robert Crosse, entered on 
roll of the Preston Guild 
I September 1662. 



Thomas Crosse, entered on 
roll of the Preston Guild 
I September 1662. 



I 
William Crosse, entered on 
roll of the Preston Guild i 
September 1662. 



Edward Farnworth=^Dorothy, mentioned in her father's 



of Runshaw Hall, 
in Euxton, co. Lan- 
caster, gent. y\^ 



will 24 January i68|; bur. at Ley- 
land, co. Lancaster, 18 February 172^. 



Anne, mentioned in her father's 
will 24 January i68f; married 
the Rev. William Lotus. 



Richard Crosse of Crosse=T-Anne Legh, dau. and coheir of Robert Legh 



Hall, Chorley, esquire; bapt. 
in 1699; died, aged 43, 5 
December 1742. Will dated 
II November 1742, proved 
at Chester 28 March 1743. 



(2nd son of Thomas Legh of Adlington, co. 
Chester, esquire), by Mary his wife, dau. of Sir 
Richard Standish ; aged 21 in 1726; executrix to 
her husband's will 28 March 1743; living in 1753. 

(See page pp.) 



John Crosse, 
living 1 1 No- 
vember 1742. 



Sarah Ashburner, dau. of=f=' 
Robert Ashburner of Pres- 
ton, CO. Lancaster, gent ; 
marr. at Leyland 3 Novem- 
ber 1750. She married istly 
Richard Pedder of Preston, 
gent. I St wife. 



=Thomas Crosse of Crosse=Mary Clowes, dau. of Samuel Clowes 
Hall, Chorley, and of Shaw of Broughton, co. Lancaster ; marr. 
Hill, in Leyland, co. Lan- in April 1766; died, aged 75, 18 
caster, esquire; bapt. at February 1800. She married istly 
Chorley 23 September 1723 ; Samuel Hilton of Pennington, co. 
died 14 September 1802. Lancaster. 2nd wife. 



Anne, married Thomas Wilson France of Rawcliffe Hall, co. Lancaster, =Sarah, died, aged 
James Hilton esquire ; died, aged 78, 8 November 1828. M.I. in 80, 3 December 
of Pennington. Out-Rawcliffe Church. 1833. 



103 



Ralph Longworth of Upper Rawcliffe, co. Lancaster ; aged 39,=Joan. Other issue, 
15 September 1664; Captain of Trained Bands 7 March 1672, three sons and 

Major 17 June 1689; renounced execution of the will of John Crosse two daughters. 

26 February i6Sf ; bur. at St. Michael's-on-Wyre, co. Lancaster, 25 
January 169!. Will dated 1691. 



John France of= 
Little Eccleston 
Hall,inKirkham, 
CO. Lancaster ; 
bapt. at Kirkham 
26 April 1675; 
bur. there 27 
December 1762. 

A 



=Joan, mentioned in 
her father's will 24 
January 1 68| ; marr. 
at St. Alichael's-on- 
Wyre 20 May 1697; 
bur. at Kirkham 5 
September 1705. 



John Crosse, entered 
on roll of the Preston 
Guild 4 September 
1682 ; mentioned in 
his father's will 24 
January i68f. 



Julian, men- 
tioned in her 
father's will 24 
January i68f. 



Frances, men- 
tioned in her 
father's will 24 
January i68f. 



Charles Crosse, 
mentioned in 
his father's will 
1 1 November 
1742. 



Legh Crosse,= Betty 
mentioned in Cooper, 
his father's will 
1 1 November 
1742. 



Rev. Thomas Mawdesley,=Frances, mentioned 
(?) of Brasenose College, in her father's will 
Oxford, matriculated 18 1 1 November 1742. 
February 172^, aged 17, 
B.A. 1730. 



Richard Crosse Legh of Ad-= 
lington, CO. Chester, esquire ; 
took the name of Legh by 
Royal Licence dated 1 5 August 
1806; Sheriff of CO. Lancaster 
1807 ; died, aged 68, at Shaw- 
Hill, in Leyland, co. Lancaster, 
1 1 August, bur. at Prestbury, 
CO. Chester, 21 August 1822. 
Portrait at Adlhigton. 



=Anne Parker, dau. 
of Robert Parker 
of Cuerden, co. 
Lancaster, esquire ; 
marr. 9 October 
1787; died, aged 
39, 1 7 December 
1807. 



Rev. James Armetriding, Rector^Margaret. 
of Steeple Aston, co. Oxford ; 
of Brasenose College, Oxford, 
matriculated 13 May 1766, 
aged 18, B.A. 1770, M.A. 
1772 ; Rector of Steeple Aston 
December 1790; died, aged 84, 
at Steeple Aston 9 March 1832. 



Rev. Thomas Clarke, of Brasenose=Sarah, marr. 16 Sep 
College, Oxford, matriculated 14 tembcr 1823; died, 
October 1813, aged 17, B.A. 
181 7, M.A. 1820; died, aged 41, 
at Long Compton, co. Warwick, 
16 December 1837. 



aged 61, at Elton 
Rectory, co. Durham, 
23 February 1850. 



Richard Townley Crosse of Crosse 
Hall, Chorley, and of Shaw Hill, 
in Leyland, co. Lancaster, esquire; 
born 6 December 1794; of Brase- 
nose College, Oxford, matriculated 
2 April 1814; died 27 February, 
bur. at Prestbury 8 March 1825. 



104 



Elizabeth, mentioned 
in her father's will 
II November 1742 ; 
married Thomas 
Armetriding. 



Anne Crosse, 
mentioned in 
her father's 
will 1 1 No- 
vember 1742. 



. . . Clement.=Catherine, mentioned=. . . Wessel. 
1st husband. in her father's will 11 2nd husband. 
November 1742. 



Thomas Legh of Adlington,co. Chester,= 
esquire ; assumed by Royal Licence 
dated 24 July 1823, the name of Legh ; 
died, aged ^2, being accidentally 
drowned near Antwerp 25 April, bur. 
at Prestbury, co. Chester, 21 May 
1829. Will dated i October 1820. 
Administration granted 9 November 
1829 (P.C.C. 651 Liverpool). ^ 



=Louisa Newnham, dau. of George Lewis Newnham of 
New Timber Place, co. Sussex, esquire, by Mary Diana 
his wife, only dau. of Sir William Aston of Addington, 
CO. Surrey, knight; marr. in 1814; administratrix to 
her husband 9 November 1829; died, aged 76, at Bonis 
Hall, near Macclesfield, co. Chester, 10 March, bur. at 
Prestbury 14 March 1867. She married 2ndly Thomas 
Americus, 3rd Baron Erskine. 



{^For issue see " Visitation of England and 
Wales," Vol. X., page 78.) 



I 



Thomas Bright Crosse of Crosse Hall, Chorley, and of=f=Anne Mary, marr. Jane Legh, born 



Shaw Hill, in Leyland, co. Lancaster, esquire (only son 
of Thomas Iken) ; born in 1796; of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1817; took by Royal Licence dated 
19 November 1828, the name of Crosse in place of 
that of Iken; J. P. and D.L. for co. Lancaster, High 
Sheriff 1837 ; M.P. for Wigan 1841-42 ; died, aged 90, 
at 75 Cambridge Terrace, Hyde Park, London, 
21 March 1886. /\ 



at Long Compton, 
CO. Warwick, 6 
May 1828; died 
17 March 1848. 



in 1807; died, 
aged 52, at 
Hanover Cottage, 
Tunbridge Wells, 
CO Kent, 16 June 
i860. 



Cranworth. 

[Vul. 10, p. 92,; 



Pedigree of Giirdon of Assington, co. Suffolk. 



Margaret.=f=John Gurdon of Dedham, co. Essex (son of John^Matilda, living 13 
ist wife. I Gurdon, by Joan his wife) ; bur. in the porch of August 1487. She 

Dedham Church. Will dated 13 August 1487, married istly . . . 

proved 14 January 148! (Com: of London). 2nd wife. 



John Gurdon of= 
Dedham ; execu- 
tor to his father's 
will 14 January 
1484; bur. in the 
porch of Dedham 
Church. Will 
dated 3 April 
1504, proved 21 
Mayi504(P.C.C. 
5 Holgrave). 



=Joan, mentioned in her bus- William Gurdon of Robert Gurdon of 
band's will 3 April 1504; Dedham, weaver Dedham, clothier 
Will dated 28 December and fuller ; living and dyer ; execu- 
1512, proved in the Arch- 13 August 1487. tor to his father's 
deaconry Court of Colchester. will 14 January 

I48i 



Joan Gurdon, Alice Gurdon, Thomas Martin of=j=Isabella, living 
died before 13 died before 13 Wrabness, co. Essex ; 13 August 1487. 
August 1487. August 1487. living 13 August 

1487. /v 




Mary Butlert^John Gurdon of Little=f=Anne Colman, dau. of John Colman Joan, living 



dau. and co- Waldingfield, co. Suffolk, 

heir of John gent ; mentioned in will 

Butler of of his grandfather, John 

Dedham. ist Gurdon, 13 August 1487; 

wife. not 20, 3 April 1504; 

Lord of Roushall Manor, 

in Clopton, co. Suffolk ; 

living 1559. 



of Little Waldingfield, by Katherine 13 August 
his wife; marr. before 19 December 1487. 
1505. 2nd wife. 



Robert Cradock=j=Christian, not John Gurdon, 
of Dedham. 20, 3 April living 13 Au- 

1504. gust 1487. 



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Robert Gurdon of Little Waldingfield,=j=Rose Sexton (coheir of her brother Thomas Sexton), 



and of Assington, co. Suffolk, e.squire ; 
died, aged 62, 5 April 1578, bur. at 
Assington. Will dated 3 April 1578, 
proved 12 May 1579 (P.C.C. 19 Bakon). 
Inq. p. m. taken at Sudbury 7 April 
1579 [C. Vol. 1S7, No. 60). 



dau. of Robert Sexton of Lavenham, co. Suffolk, 
gent, by Agnes his 2nd wife, dau. of Sir Thomas 
Jermyn of Rushbrook, co. Suffolk, knight; died, 
aged 94, in 1593, bur. at Assington. She married 
istly William Appleton of Little Waldingfield, esquire. 



John Gurdon of Assington, estiuire; of the Inner 
Temple, admitted November 1558; aged 34 and 
more 7 April 1579; Sheriff for co. Suffolk 1584; 
entered his pedigree in the Visitation of Suffolk 1612 ; 
died 21 September, bur. at Assington 25 September 
1623. Will dated 6 December 162 1, proved 10 
October 1623 (P.C.C. 99 Swarui). Inq. p. m. taken 
at Bury St. Edmunds 19 January 1622 ( TF. a>id L. 
Vol. 68, No. 7). 



=Amy Brampton, dau. and heir of 
William Brampton of Letton, co. Nor- 
folk, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of 
Robert Browne ; marr. before 5 May 
1567; died 4 July, bur. in Assington 
Church 7 July 1608. 



106 



William Butter= 
of Dedham, co. 
Essex. 



I 
=Anne, 
ham 
1563- 



bur. at Ded- Alice, married Robert Thorpe of 

22 August Brent Eleigh, co. Suffolk; living 27 

October 1560. — 

I 



. . married 
. . Fox. 



Robert Thomas Waldegrave of Bures St. Mary, co. Suffolk,= 

Gurdon. esquire; bapt. at Bures 12 January i54f. VVill dated 

I June 161 1, proved ii May 1612, by Thomas 

Waldegrave, son (P.C.C. 48 Fenner). He married 2ndly 



Mary Badby. 



A 



=Elizabeth, marr. before 
September 1572; bur. 
at Bures 3 November 
1582. ist wife. 



Elizabeth Barrett,-rBrampton Gurdon of Assing-^ 
dau. and coheir j ton, co. Suffolk, and of 



of Edward Barrett 
of Belhouse, in 
Aveley, co. Essex, 
by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. and co- 
heir of Sir Robert 
Lytton of co. Hert- 
ford, knight ; mar- 
riage settlements 
dated 2 February 
158I; died at Great 
Wenham, co. Suf- 
folk, 5 April, bur. 
at Assington, co. 
Suffolk, 7 April 
1603. I St wife. 



Letton, CO. Norfolk ; aged 
57, 19 January i62f ; men- 
tioned in will of his 
grandfather, Robert Gurdon, 
3 April 1578; admitted to 
Gray's Inn 24 April 1583; 
M.P. for Sudbury 29 Novem- 
ber 1620; Sheriff for co. 
Suffolk 1628 ; bur. at Assing- 
ton 2 April 1650. Will 
dated 19 October 1647, with 
codicil dated i February 
164!, proved 16 May 1650 
(P.C.C. 68 Pembroke). 



=Muriel Sedley, dau. of 
Martin Sedley of Mor- 
ley, CO. Norfolk, esquire, 
by Abigail his wife, 
dau. of Sir Thomas 
Knyvett of Ashwel- 
thorpe, CO. Norfolk ; 
marr. 8 July 1606, 
marriage settlements 
dated 25 June ; died, 
aged 78, 22 August 
1661, bur. at South- 
bergh, co. Norfolk. 
M.I. 2nd wife. 




f<^\^ (^ A/"»--H/ / 



^vt. 



Elizabeth Gurdon ^ 
died, aged 17, in 
i582,bur. at Blick- 
ling, CO. Norfolk. 
M.I. 



A 



{For issue see page 1 14.) 



Elizabeth Gurdon, 
mentioned in the 
will of her grand- 
mother, Elizabeth 
Barrett, 24 June 
1594 ; buried at 
Assington 13 Feb- 
ruary i6o|^. 



Sir Henry Mildmay of=j=Amy, mentioned in the will of 



Graces, in Little Baddow, 
CO. Essex, knight ; Sheriff 
for CO. Essex, 1628; bur. 
at Little Baddow. M.I. 
Will dated 8 May 1637, 
proved 4 November 1639 
\'e.(Z.Q,.\^b Harvey). He 
married istly Alice, dau. 
of Sir William Harris of 
Cricksea, co. Essex, knight. 



her grandmother, Elizabeth 
Barrett, 24 June 1594 ; aged 
19 in 161 2; marr. at Assing- 
ton 19 May 16 16, marriage 
settlements dated i May ; 
executrix to her husband's 
will 4 November 1639. 
Will dated 18 May 1669, 
proved 28 January 167^, 
by Henry Mildmay, son 
(P.C.C. 6 Duke). 2nd wife. 



A 



Judith Gurdon, 
mentioned in the 
will of her grand- 
mother, Eliza- 
beth Barrett, 
24 June 1594 ; 
aged 17 in 161 2 ; 
died at the house 
of Sir Henry 
Mildmay 13 De- 
cember 161 7, 
bur. at Little 
Baddow. 



107 



Roger \Vyncol of=j=Anne, living 



Waldingfield, co. 
Suffolk. 



3 April 1578. 



Amy, married . . . Not- 
tingham of Ipswich, CO. 
Suffolk. 



A\ 



. married 
Coleman. 



John Gurdon of Assington, co. Suffolk, esquire ; born 3 July, bapt. at= 
Assington 13 July 1595; admitted to Gray's Inn 16 November 1614; 
executor to wills of his grandfather, John Gurdon, 10 October 1623, 
and his father 16 May 1650; M.P. for Ipswich 20 March i6f^, and 26 
October 1640, and for co. Suffolk 12 July 1654; nominated to the High 
Court of Justice for the trial of the King, but did not attend ; Member 
of the Council of State 20 February i6i§; elected a Governor of 
Charterhouse 9 December 1650; entered his pedigree in the Visitation 
of Suffolk 1664; died, aged 84, bur. at Assington 9 September 1679. 
(See "Memorial Jiings," No. 4, 

page J.) Will dated 25 June 1677, ^ofmffntdon'^foffs'^^M't''^ 

proved 4 October 1679 (P.C.C. 

129 King). {See " Dictio?tary of National Biography" Vol. XXIII., 
page 353)- 





=Anne Parker, dau. of 
Sir Calthrop Parker 
of Erwarton, co. 
Suffolk, knight, by 
Mercy his wife ; 
executrix to her 
husband's will 4 Oc- 
tober 1679 ; bur. at 
Assington 23 May 
1 68 1. Will dated 23 
August 1680, proved 
16 July 1681 (P.C.C. 
107 N^ortli). 



Robert Gurdon of Assington, esquire ; born at=Elizabeth Lisle, dau. of John 
Great Wenham, co. Suffolk ; admitted to Lisle (Lord Lisle) of Moyles 
Colchester Grammar School 5 October 1643, Court, co. Hants, Commis- 
aged 16; died, aged 68, bur. at Assington sioner of the Great Seal under 
24 May 1683. the Protectorate. 



John Gurdon. 



Elizabeth, marriage= 
licence (Vicar- 

General) dated 1 9 
October 1669, then 
aged about 43. Will 
dated 1 2 February 
i66f, proved 9 De- 
cember 1 670 (P.C.C. 
168 Penti). She 

married istly Tho- 
mas Agge of St. 
Botolph's, Bishops- 
gate, London, mercer. 
1st wife. 



=Philip Gurdon of Assington,= 
M.D. ; bom at Great Wenham; 
admitted to Colchester Grammar 
School 5 October 1643, aged 
13, of Emmanuel College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1653, of Queen's 
College, M..A. incorporated at 
Oxford 14 July 1657 ; aged 
about 38, 19 October 1669; 
executor to his father's will 4 
October 1679, mentioned in his 
mother's will 23 August 1680; 
M.P. for Sudbury 27 February 
i6f^; bur. at Assington 23 June 
1690. Will dated 20 June 1690, 
Ijrovcd 4 August 1690 (P.C.C. 
124 Dyke). 



=Rachel Abdy, dau.= 
of Sir Thomas 
Abdy of Felix 
Hall, CO. Essex, ist 
baronet, by Mary 
his I St wife, dau. of 
Lucas Corseliis of 
London, merchant; 
marriage licence 
(Vicar- (ieneral) 
dated 20 June 1679, 
then aged about 
36 ; living 2 3.'\ugust 
1680. 2nd wife. 



=Lucy, mentioned 
in her husband's 
will 20 June 
1690. She mar- 
ried 2ndly at St. 
Mary Aldermary, 
London, 18 

October i6gi, 
Althani Smith of 
Gray's Inn, Lon- 
don, esquire. 
3rd wife. 



1 08 



Richard Lawrence of Spexhall,=f=Katharine, living 



CO. Suffolk. Will dated 27 
October 1560, with codicil 
dated 24 January 156", proved 
14 November 1561 (P.C.C. 
34 Loftes). /K 



27 October 1560; 
died before 24 
January 156", 



William Cardinall of North 
Bromley, co. Essex, esquire ; 
He married 2ndly Letitia, 
dau. and heir of William 
Knightley of Clippesby, 
CO. Norfolk. 



'Jane, married 
before 1535. 
I St wife. 



A 



Robert Gurdon of the Inner Temple, London, esquire ; aged= 
13 in 1612; admitted to the Inner Temple in November 1616, 
Barrister-at-Law 1626, Bencher 1646; mentioned in will of his 
grandfather, John Gurdon, 6 December 1621. Will dated 
6 October 1647, proved 23 November 1647 (P.C.C. 239 Fines). 



^^^At^^C 



=Joyce Harvey, dau. of James 
Harvey of Maldon, co. Essex ; 
mentioned in her father-in- 
law's will 19 October 1647, 
executrix to her husband's 
will 23 November 1647 ; 
living 23 June 1677. 



A 



Brampton Gurdon, aged 1 1 in 
1612 ; died at Clifford's Inn, 
London, 15 November, bur. 
at .St. Dunstan's-in-the-West, 
London, 16 November 1621. 



William Gurdon, aged 10 in 
1612 ; admitted Pensioner of 
Emmanuel College, Cambridge, 
16 April 1619; died at Cam- 
bridge 24 December following. 



Edward Gurdon of London ; 
aged 9 in 1 6 1 2 ; mentioned in 
will of his grandfather, John 
Gurdon, 6 December 1621; 
living 4 October 1628. 



Rev. Nathaniel Gurdon, D.D., Rector of Chelmsford, co.= 
Essex; born at Great Wenham, co. Suffolk; admitted to 
Colchester Grammar School 5 October 1643, aged 11, 
of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, B.A. 1653, M.A. of 
Queen's College, D.D. 1691 ; Rector of Woodham Ferrers, 
CO. Essex, 23 February i66|- to 1691, and of Chelmsford 
17 March 168^ ; died, aged 64, 11 February, bur. at A.ssington, 
CO. Suffolk, 12 February 169.'. M.I. ^V'ill dated lo Eebruary 
169I, proved 30 March 1698 (P.C.C. 72 Lort). 

X^4 f^JT/ 



=Elizabeth Arundell, dau. of 
the Rev. Emanuel Arundell 
of Stoke, CO. Northampton ; 
executrix to her husband's will 
30 March 1698; died, aged 90, 
8 January 1727, bur. at 
Kalsham, co. Cambridge. M.I. 




■k 



uro^PTi. 



Sir John Comyns, Chief Baron of the Exchequer ; of Queen's College,= 
Cambridge and of Lincoln's Inn, admitted May 1683, Barrister-at- 
Law 1690, Serjeant-at-Law 8 June 1705; M.P. for Maldon 26 
December 1701 to 1707, 5 October 1710 to 1714, and 20 March 
i7ii; Baron of the Exchequer 7 September 1726; knighted at 
Whitehall 8 November 1726; Justice of the Common Pleas January 
i73f, Chief Baron July 1738; Author of "Law Reports" and 
"A Digest of the Laws of England"; died 13 November 1740, bur. 
in Writtle Church, co. Essex. Will dated 10 November i 740, proved 22 
November 1740, by Dame Anne Comyns, relict (P.C.C. 290 Browne). 
He married 2ndly lilizabeth Courthope, and 3rdly, Anne . . . {See 
"Dutionary of National Biography,'' Vol. XL, page 464.) 



I 
=Anne, mentioned in wills 
of her grandfather, John 
Gurdon, 25 June 1677, 
and her grandmother, 
Anne Gurdon, 23 August 
1 680 ; marriage licence 
(Vicar- Cieneral) dated 
21 April 1693; died 28 
February 1705. 



109 



Brampton Gurdon, 
mentioned in wills 
of Lady Mildmay 
1 8 May 1669, his 
father 25 June 1677, 
and his mother 23 
August 1680 : died, 
aged 48, 22 March 
1682, bur. at Assing- 
ton, CO. Suffolk. 



Barrett Gurdon of Assington, gent ; 
mentioned in wills of his father 25 June 
1677, and his mother 23 August 1680; 
died 1 1 September, bur. at Assington 
17 September 1695. Will dated 17 
June 1693, proved 3 Tune 1698 
(P.C.C. 141 Lort). 



.. j .1 

William Elizabeth, married 

Gurdon Barker of 

Norwich, M.D. 



Rev. William Woodroofife,= 
B.I)., Rector of Balsham, co. 
Cambridge ; born at Chart- 
ham, CO. Kent, 15 December 
1656; Foundation Scholar of 
Charterhouse, elected 24 June 
1670; Fellow of Queen's Col- 
lege, Cambridge, B.A. 1677, 
M.A. 1681, B.D. 1690; Rector 
of West Hanningfield, co. 
Esse.x, Vicar of Foxton, co. 
Cambridge, 1696, Rector of 
Balsham 5 March 169 J; died 
20 June 1732, bur. at Balsham. 
M.I. Will dated 23 January 
172^, with codicil dated 14 
April 1727, proved 2 November 
1732 (P.C.C. 276 Bedford). 



=Elizabeth, mentioned in 
wills of her grandfather, 
John Gurdon, 25 June 
1677, and her grand- 
mother, Anne Gurdon, 
23 August 1680; marr. 
2 November 1 698 ; 
executrix to her hus- 
band's will 2 November 
1732; died, aged 69, 26 
September 1741, bur. at 
Balsham. M.I. Will 
dated 4 March 174°, 
proved 1 3 February 
1 74 J, by John Wood- 
rooffe, son (P.C.C. 73 
Trenley). 



A 

(For issue see Pedigree of Woodrooffe, 
Vol. 4, page r.) 



John Gurdon of= 
Assington, esquire ; 
mentioned in will 
of his grandfather, 
John Gurdon, 25 
June 1677 ; of 
Lincoln's Inn, ad 
niitted 6 February 
169! ; M.P. for 
Sudbury 6 Feb- 
ruary 169!; died, 
aged 85, 2 Decem- 
ber, bur. at Assing- 
ton 1 1 December 
1758. Will dated 
21 February 1752, 
with codicil dated 
9 March 1754, 
proved I February 
1759 (P-C.C. 55 
Arran). 



=Letitia Cooke, 
dau. and coheir 
of Sir William 
Cooke of Broom 
Hall, CO. Nor- 
folk, baronet ; 
marriage settle- 
ments dated 
23 June 1694 
{see '■'■ Fragme7ita 
Gefiea/ogica," 
Vol. XL, page 
P7); died, aged 
37, 7 February, 
bur. at Assing- 
ton 10 February 
1 7 If. 



Jane Gurdon, mentioned 
in will of her grand- 
father, the Rev. Nathaniel 
Gurdon, 10 February 
169I; bur. at Assington 
23 March 171". 



Nathaniel Gurdon of Assington, esquire ;= 
bapt. at Assington 13 January 169^; of 
Jesus College, Cambridge, admitted 
4 July 1 7 12; admitted to Lincoln's Inn 
22 October 1714; bur. at Assington 
18 March 1767. 



iAa^fu ^^^^ 



=Elizabeth Sayer, dau. of 
John Sayer of Stow- 
market, co. Suffolk, 
esquire; born 7 December 
1 704 ; died at Stovvmarket, 
aged 79, I February 1784, 
bur. there. Will dated 
2 March 1781, with 
codicil dated 4 Sejitem- 
ber 1783, proved at 
Norwich 18 February 
1784 (Norwich C.C.) 



John Gurdon of Assington, esquire ; born 
23 February 172^; died 6 November, 
bur. at Assington 13 November 1777. 
Will dated 15 September 1777, proved 
22 November 1777 and 8 January 1778 
(P.C.C. 165 Co//ier). 

1 10 



Elizabeth Gurdon, horn 9 January 
172^ ; died, 12 January 1781, bur. 
at Stowmarket. \\'\\\ dated 12 
December 1768, proved at Bury 
St. Edmunds 6 February 17S1 
(.Arch: of Sudbury). 



John Doddridge of Brombridge, co. Devon ;=Judith, mentioned in=i=John Gould of London, 



of the Middle Temple, admitted 26 June her mother's will 23 
1629, called to the Bar 19 May 1637, August 1680; living 
Bencher 5 November 1658; marr. at 17 June 1693. 
Assington, co. Suffolk, 7 October 1657. 
1st husband. /K 



merchant; marr. at Assing- 
ton 28 December 1665; 
living 25 June 1677. 2nd 
husband. 



Samuel Brandling of Ipswich, CO. Suffolk,=Anne, aged about 30, i7=f=John Joliffe of St. 



esquire; marriage licence (Vicar-General) 
dated 14 July 1670, then aged about 35, 
marriage settlements dated 6 July. Will 
dated 2 January 167^, with codicil dated 
16 March 167^, proved 6 June 167 1 
(P.C.C. 72 Duke), ist husband. 



July 1670 ; executrix to 
wills of her ist husband 
6 June 167 1, her mother 
16 July 1681, and her 
brother Barrett 3 June 
1698. 



Clement Danes', Lon- 
don. Administration 
granted 18 November 
1695 to William Joliffe, 
uncle (P.C.C.) 2nd 
husband. 



A 



Amy Gurdon, men- 
tioned in will of her 
grandfather, John 
Gurdon, 25 June 1677 ; 
living 10 February 
169I. 



Richard Comyns of the= 
Lodge, Writtle, co. 
Essex ; Serjeant-at-Law 
I February 172I. Will 
dated i June 1740, 
proved 22 November 
1740 (P.C.C. 290 
Bnnvne). He married 
2ndly Elizabeth Scullard. 



=Judith, bapt. at Assington 
22 August 1676; men- 
tioned in will of her 
grandfather, John Gurdon, 
25 June 1677, and as 
unmarried in will of her 
uncle, Barrett Gurdon, 
17 June 1693 ; died 6 
April I 700. 



Robert Gurdon, 
bapt. at Assington 
9 January 167!. 



A 



John Gurdon=j=. . . living 
March 



of Stowmarket, 
CO. Suffolk ; of 
Lincoln's Inn, 
admitted 8 Jan- 
uary 1717; died 
before 2 1 Feb- 
ruary 1752. 



9 
1754- 



Mary Gurdon of 
Brentwood, co. 
Essex ; living 4 
September 1783. 



William Gurdon=j=Barbara, Hving 



of Ipswich ; bapt. 
at Assington i 
January 170I ; 
died before 20 
February 1773. 



1 5 September 
1777. Will 
dated 14 Sep- 
tember 1796, 
proved 15 De- 
cember 1796 
(P.C.C. 610 
Harris. ) 



Edward Gurdon, living 
15 September 1777 ; 
(?) died before 2 March 
1781. 



Elizabeth Gurdon of Assing- 
ton ; bapt. at Assington 7 
January 169!; died, aged 
82, 1 1 December, bur. at 
Assington 15 December 
1780. Will dated 20 Feb- 
ruary, and 6 April 1773, 
proved 10 May 1781 (P.C.C. 
240 Webster). 



Barbara, marr. before 
2 March 1781 . . . 
Higgins. _ 



Hugh Forth of=Amy, aged=Thomas Jacomb, D.D. ; of Magdalen Hall, Oxford, matricu- 
London : mar- about 23, 10 lated 20 May 1640, aged 16, admitted Sizar of St. John's 
riage licence October 1667; College, Cambridge, 28 October 1642, B.A. 1643, M.A. 1647, 
(Vicar-General) mentioned in D.D. 19 November 1660; Rector of St. Martin's, Ludgate, 
dated 10 Octo- her mother's London, 1647, ^ Trier of Ministers 1659; Member of the 
ber 1667, then will 23 August Royal Commission for Review of the Prayer Book 25 March 
aged about 57. 1680; living 1661, ejected 1662; marriage licence (Vicar-General) dated 
He married 17 June 1693. 8 May 1677, then aged about 50; died in Little Britain, 
istly Sarah . . . London, aged 66, 27 March, bur. at St. Anne's, Aldersgate, 

ist husband. London, 3 April 1687. Will dated 28 January i68£, proved 

8 April 1687, by William Jacomb, son (P.C.C. 50 Foot). 

2nd husband. 



Letitia Gurdon, 
bapt. at Assing- 
ton, CO. Sufiblk, 
I o February 17 o-J, 
bur. there 13 Feb- 
ruary following. 



Rev. Philip Gurdon, Vicar of= 
Bures, co. Suffolk ; bapt. at 
Assington 16 August 1706; 
of Jesus College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1726, M.A. 1730; 
e.xecutor to his father's will 
I February 1759. Will dated 
7 November 1780, proved 
21 February 1785 (P.C.C. 
80 Ducarel). 



^Elizabeth Pelham, dau. of Herbert Pelham 
of Bures, esquire ; executrix to her husband's 
will 21 February 1785'; died at Colchester, 
CO. Essex, aged 76, 12 June 1792. Will 
dated 15 October 1785, proved 23 July 1792 
(P.C.C. 380 Fountain). 



<r . &^i^i. 



Rev. Philip Gurdon= 
of Assington; execu- 
tor to will of his 
cousin, John Gurdon, 
22 November \-jli \ 
died, aged 71, 7 
May 1817, bur. at 
Assington. 



=Sarah Richardson, 
died, aged 66, 13 
September 1822, 
bur. at Assington. 
M.L 



Rev. John Gurdon of Colchester ; admitted Fellow 
Commoner of Caius College, Cambridge, 26 Sep- 
tember 1 780, aged 23 ; executor to wills of his father 
21 February 1785, and his mother 23 July 1792; 
died I November 1799. Administration granted 
29 November 1799 (P.C.C.) 



Anna Maria Gurdon, 
bapt. at Assington 24 
February 1779 ; died, 
aged 13, 24 November, 
bur. at Assington 3 
December 1792. 



Brampton Philip Gurdon, 
bapt. at Assington 6 Oc- 
tober 1780; of the 6th 
Dragoon Guards, Cornet 
9 July 1 801 ; died at 
Cootehill, CO. Cavan, 
aged 23, 22 February 1804. 
M.L there. 



Letitia Gurdon. 
bapt. at Assington 
22 April 1784; 
died, aged 17, 14 
I\Lay 1 80 1, bur. at 
Assin«;ton. 



Jemima Gurdon, 
bapt. at Assing- 
ton 8 December 
1786. 



Rev. Joseph Adam .Stephenson, Rector of Lympshani,= 
CO. .Somerset; of Queen's College, Oxford, matriculated 
10 July 1799, aged 16, B..\. 1803, M.A. 1806; Rector 
of Lyiiipshain 15 July 1809. 



^Elizabeth, bapt. at A.ssington 14 
l-'ebruary 1788; marr. there 11 August 
18 1 2, marriage licence (Bury) dated 1 1 
August; died in December 1857. 



112 



Rev. Brampton Gurdon, Rector of MiliJen, co.=j=Anne Woodrooffe, dau. of the Kev. William 



Suffolk ; educated at Bury St. Kdinunds 
(irammar School and at Caius College, Cam- 
bridge, admitted 8 July 1725, aged 18, .Scholar 
1725-30, B.A. 1728, M.A. 1732; Vicar of 
Assington, co. Suffolk, 12 August 1732, Rector 
of Milden 19 December 1751, Official of the 
Archdeacon of Sudbury; died, aged 72, 21 
Augu.st, bur. at Assington 25 August 1780. 
M.l. Will dated .... 1778, proved 16 
September 1780 (P.C.C. 436 Collins). 



Woodrooffe, Rector of Jialsham, co. Cam- 
bridge, by Kli/.abeth Gurdon his wife ; born 
at Halsham 6 December 1 708 ; marr. at 
Cranham, co. E.ssex, 24 September 1745, 
marriage licence (Chelmsford) ; executrix to 
her husband's will 16 September 1780; died 
at Brentwood, co. Essex, 10 January, bur. at 
Assington 20 January 1789. M.I. 



A 



(.SV^ Pedigree of Woodrooffe, I'ol. 4, 
page 3-) 



Rev. Parker Gurdon, Rector=j=Philippa Clarke, dau. of the 



of Cranworth-cum-Letton, 
CO. Norfolk ; bapt. at Assing- 
ton 22 August 1709; of 
Queen's College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1731, M.A. 1740; died, 
aged 53, 13 June 1762, bur. 
at Cranworth. M.L 



Rev. George Clarke, Rector 
of Raydon, co. Suffolk, by 
Elizabeth Brand his wife ; 
marriage licence (Chelmsford) 
dated 17*-^; died, aged 65, 
II April 1779, bur. at Stoke- 
by-Nayland, CO. Suffolk. M.I. 



Rev. Thomas=Letitia, bapt. 

Jackson, Rector at Assington 

of Blaxhall, co. 

SufRjlk ; living 

2 1 February 

1752- 



27 February 



.71?. 



Thornhagh Gurdon (only son) 
living 15 September 1777. 



Letitia, married . . . Kemball 
of Bildeston, co. Suffolk. 



Elizabeth Gurdon, 
mentioned in will of 
her cousin, John 
Gurdon, 15 Septem- 
ber 1777; executrix 
to will of her sister, 
Letitia, 4 October 
1804; died at Col- 
chester, CO. Essex, 
aged 73, 2 5 February 
1814. 



Letitia GuriJon, 
living 15 Sep- 
tember 1777 ; 
died at Colches- 
ter 16 Septem- 
ber 1804. \\\\\ 
dated in 1801, 
proved 4 Octo- 
beri8o4(P.C.C. 
691 Haseltine). 



Rev. Charles Rny, Rector of= 
Whissonsett, co. Norfolk, and 
of Hoxne, co. .Suffolk ; of Em- 
manuel College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1771, M.A. 1774; Rector 
of Whissonsett 1780, and of 
Hoxne 17 November 1786; 
died in October 1789. Will 
dated 7 October 1789, proved 
2 Decemlier 1789 (P.C.C. 
611 Macham). 2nd husband. 



=Jeminia, born 24 Feb- 
ruary 1754; marr. 3 July 
1781 ; executrix to wills 
of her husband 7 Oc- 
tober 1789, and her 
sister, Letitia, 4 October 
1804 ; died 29 April 
i8i7,bur.atTannington, 
CO. Suffolk. M.I. She 
married istly the Rev. 
Charles King. 



Bridget A urea Lambard, 3rd= 
dau. of Multon Lambard of 
Beechmont, in Sevenoaks, 
CO. Kent, esquire, by Aurea, 
his wife, dau. and coheir of 
F'rancis Otway of Spalding, 
CO. Lincoln ; marr. at Seven- 
oaks I July 1823 ; died, aged 
33, I June 1826, bur. under 
the font in Assington Church. 
I St wife. /f\ 



=John Gurdon of Assington, esquire;= 
born 17 August, baptised at Assington 
15 September 1791 ; J. P. for co. Suf- 
folk ; died at Carlton Lodge, Tunbridge 
Wells, CO. Kent, 17 October 1869, bur. 
at Assington. Will dated 19 February 
1S69, proved 7 December 1869, by 
the Rev. Joseph Henry Stephenson, 
nephew, and Archibald Hanbury (Prin. 
Reg., 764, 69.) 



=Anne Leslie, dau. of 
Colonel Charles Powell 
Leslie of Glaslough, co. 
Monaghan ; born 3 Sep- 
tember 1805 ; marr. at 
All Souls', Marylebone, 
London, 3 January 1828; 
died at Tunbridge Wells 
29 October 1877, bur. at 
Assington. 2nd wife. 



A 



{For issue see ^^ Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. XVII., pages 121 and 122.) 



"3 



Cranworth. 

[Vol. lo, p. 92.] 



Pedigree of Gurdon of Lcttoji, co. Norfolk. 

Elizabeth Barrett, dau.=j=Brampton Gurdon of Assington, co.=j=Muriel Sedley, dau. 



and coheir of Edward 
Barrett of Belhouse, 
in Aveley, co. Essex, 
ist wife. /}\ 



Suffolk, and of Letton, co. Norfolk. 
{See page 107.) 



of Martin Sedley of 
Morley, co. Norfolk, 
esquire. 2nd wife. 



Brampton Gurdon of Letton, esquire ;=j=Mary Foisted, dau. Thomas Gurdon, 
aged 4 in 1612 ; mentioned in will of of Henry Foisted, aged 2 in 1612. 
his grandfather, John Gurdon, 6 De- '< by Mary his wife. 



cember 1621; of the Inner Temple, 
admitted November 1624 ; Colonel 
Df the Suffolk Horse; M.P. for 
Sudbury (September 1645); died, 
aged 62, 3 November 1669, bur. 
at Southbergh, co. Norfolk. M.I. 
Will dated 10 and 21 February 
i66|, proved 10 February i6l^ 
(P.C.C. 21 Fenn). 



dau. and heir of 
Thomas Faring- 
ton of London, 
merchant ; died, 
aged 71, 12 Au- 
gust 1679, bur. at 
Southbergh. M.I. 



I 
Brampton Gurdon of Letton, esquire ;= 
of Jesus College, Cambridge, ad- 
mitted Fellow-Commoner 22 April 
1656; of the Inner Temple, admitted 
November 1653 ; aged about 24, 
27 August 1662 ; died, aged 54, 
8 February 169!, bur. at Cranworth, 
CO. Norfolk. M.I. Will dated 20 
August 1680, proved at Norwich 26 
February 169^ (Arch: of Norfolk.) 



Edmund Gurdon, 
bapt. at Assing- 
ton 25 September 
1616; living 6 
December 1621 ; 
died in Bermuda, 
West Indies. 



=Elizabeth Thornhagh, dau. of Colonel 
Francis Thornhagh of Fenton, co. 
Nottingham, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. 
of Thomas Skeffington of Skeffington, 
CO. Leicester, esquire; marriage licence 
(Faculty Office) dated 27 August 1662, 
then aged about 20; died, aged 75, 
28 October 17 18, bur. at Cranworth. 
M.I. 



Thomas Gurdon, 
living loFebruary 
i66|. 



Thornhagh Gurdon of Letton, esquire, Receiver-= 
General of Norfolk ; born at Letton 28 July 
1663; of Caius College, Cambridge, admitted 
Fellow Commoner 23 April 1681, M.A. 1682; 
F.S.A. 1718; executor to his father's will 26 
February 169^^ ; author of " History of the High 
Court of Farliament, &c."; died at Letton 19 
November 1733, bur. at Cranworth. M.I. Will 
dated 17 December 1725, with codicil dated 20 
August 1733, proved 5 March 173! (P-C.C. 
61 Ockham). {See "Dictionary of National 
Biography," Vol. XXIII., page JJJ.) 



=Elizabeth Cooke, dau. and coheir 
of Sir William Cooke of Brome 
Hall, CO. Norfolk, baronet, by 
Jane his wife, dau. and coheir of 
William Steward of Barton Mills, 
CO. Suffolk; born 6 February i66t; 
executrix to her husband's will 5 
March 173J; died 18 April 1745, 
bur. at Cranworth. M.I. Will 
dated 6 May 1739, with codicil 
dated 6 May 1742, proved 28 
May 1745 (P.C.C. 139 Seymour). 



Brampton 
Gurdon. 



Brampton Gurdon of Grundisburgh, co. Suffolk ; Scholar of 
Caius College, Cambridge, admitted 26 October 17 10, aged 
18; admitted to the Middle Temple 18 December 17 10, 
called to the Bar 20 May 17 18; died before 20 August 1733. 



Jane Gurdon, executrix to 
her mother's w'ill 28 May 
1745; died, aged 64, 4 
September 1761, buried at 
Cranworth. M.I. 



114 



Ann, bapt. at 
Assington, co. 
Suffolk, 7 Sep- 
tember 1620. 



Martin Gurdon, 
bapt. at Assing- 
ton 26 Sep- 
tember 1622. 



Roger Hill of Poundsford, co. Somerset, Serjeant-at- Law ;=5=Abigail, married 
born at Collaton, co. Devon, i December 1605 ; of the in 1641 ; men- 
Inner Temple, admitted 22 March 1624, called to the ' tioned in her 
Bar 10 February 163J, Bencher 10 June 1649, .Serjeant-at- I father's will 19 
Law 29 June 1655, Baron of the Exchequer 1657, Judge of ' October 1647 ; 
the Upper Bench 17 January i6^g^; Recorder of Bridport, i died in 1658. 
CO. Dorset; M.P. for Bridport 25 October 1640; mentioned 
in his father-in-law's will 19 October 1647; bur. in the 
Temple Church, London, 23 April 1667. Will dated 
6 March i66|, proved 26 April 1667 (P.C.C. 44 Carr). 
He married istly Kathefine, dau. of Giles Green of Cross 
Castle, CO. Dorset, esquire, and 3rdly Abigail, dau. and 
coheir of Thomas Barnes of Aldborough Hatch, in Barking, 
CO. Esse.x, esquire. {See '^Dictionary of National 
Biography," Vol. XXVI., page 40g.) /t\ 



Amy Gurdon, bur. at Richard Saltonstall (eldest son of Sir Richard=j=Muriel, married at 



Assington 25 ALirch 
1625. 



Saltonstall, knight, an Undertaker of the 
Massachusetts Bay Plantation) ; Commissioner 
of Customs and Excise in Scotland : died, 
aged 84, at Hulme, co. Lancaster, 29 April 1694. 



All Hallowes, Honey 
Lane, London, 4 July 
1633; living 18 May 
1669. 



John Gurdon, of 
Caius College, 
Cambridge, ad- 
mitted Pensioner 
14 March i68f, 
aged 17, Scholar 
1683-85 ; of the 
Middle Temple, 
admitted 27 May 
1685 ; died in 
1691. 



Ven'''^ Brampton Gurdon, Archdeacon of Sudbury ; of Caius 
College, Cambridge, admitted Pensioner 8 July 1687, aged 15, 
Scholar 1686-95, Fellow 1695-1721; B.A. 169I, M..\. 1695; 
Rector of Stapleford Abbotts, co. Esse.x, 17 March 1"]^% to 
1724, of St. Nicholas Aeons, London, 1724-41, of St. Edmund- 
the-King, Lombard Street, London, 1732, and of Denham, 
CO. Buckingham, 17 October 1730 to 1741, Archdeacon of 
Sudbury 16 March \12.% to 1741 ; Boyle Lecturer and author 
of several Theological works ; died, aged 70, 19 November 
1741. Administration granted 10 December 1741 (P.C.C.) 
M.L at Cranworth, co. Norfolk. (See "Dictionary of National 
Biography," Vol. XXIII., page 333). 



Elizabeth 
Gurdon, 
died in 
1668. 



Elizabeth Gurdon of the Close, 
Norwich ; executrix to her 
mother's will 28 May 1745 ; 
died at Norwich, aged 82, 
26 September 1779, bur. at 
Cranworth. M.L Will dated 
22 November 1776, with 
codicil dated 9 February 1778, 
proved 22 November 1779 
(P.C.C. 456 Warburton). 



Rev. Nathaniel Saltier, Rector of .Ashd(>n,= 
CO. Essex ; of Caius College, Cambridge, 
admitted 26 April 1720, aged 15, Scholar 
1720-27, Fellow 1727-44, B.A. 1724, M..-\. 
1729: Rector of Cranworth 172I, Master 
of the Perse School, Cambridge, 1728-32, 
Rector of Ashdon 1743; died at Ashdon, 
aged 87, 7 May 1791, bur. in Ashdon 
Church. M.L Will with five codicils 
dated 8 October 1779 to 6 June 1787, 
proved 27 May 1791 (P.C.C. 255 Bevor.) 



=Letitia, born in 
1698 ; marr. after 
23 May 1745; 
executrix to her 
mother's will 28 
Mav 1745, and 
to her husband's 
will 27 May 1791 ; 
died, aged 95, 13 
July 1792. 



Thornhagh Gurdon of Letton, co. Norfolk, esquire ;=j=Sarah Dillingham, dau. and 



admitted to Gray's Inn 21 April 1726; executor to his father's 
will 5 March i73f; died, aged 83, 19 February 1783, bur. in 
Cranworth Church, co. Norfolk. M.I. Will dated 6 December 
1779, proved 6 May 1783 (P.C.C. 233 Cornwallis). 



heir of Theophilus Dillingham 
of Shelton, co. Bedford ; died, 
aged 48, 12 July 1754, bur. 
at Cranworth. M.I. 



Mary Bedingfield, 
dau. of Philip 
Bedingfield of 
Ditchingham, co. 
Norfolk, by Mary 
his I St wife, dau. 
of Sir Edmund 
Bacon of Gilling- 
ham, CO. Norfolk, 
baronet ; died, aged 
27, 27 June 1769, 
bur. at Cranworth. 
M.I. ist wife. 



=ir=Brampton Gurdon Dillingham of Letton ;=j=Mary Howard, dau. and 



born in 1740; Fellow of Clare College, 
Cambridge, 11 March 1763; Sheriff of 
CO. Norfolk 1789; assumed the name of 
Dillingham ; died at Grundisburgh Hall, 
CO. Suffolk, aged 79, 7 March 1820, bur. at 
Cranworth. M.I. 



coheir of Samuel Howard ; 
born 6 June 1749; marr. in 
1780; died at Cambridge, 
aged 72, 22 December 1821. 
2nd wife. 



William Frere, LL.D., Master of Downing College,=f=Mary, born 17 
Cambridge (4th son of John Frere of Roydon, co. July, bapt. at 
Norfolk, antiquary); born 28 November 1775; educated Grundisburgh 
at Eton, Scholar of Trinity College, Cambridge, Craven 17 July 1781; 
Scholar 1796, B.A. 1798, Fellow of Downing College marr. 4 May 
1800; called to the Bar 28 May 1802, Serjeant-at-Law 1810. 
15 May 1809; Master of Downing College 1812; 
Recorder of Bury St. Edmunds 1814; Vice-Chancellor 
of Cambridge University 1819, LL.D. 1825, D.C.L. 
(O.xford) 1834; editor of Baron Glenbervies' "Reports 
of Cases," 1813; died 25 May 1836. i^See '■^Dictionary 
of National Biography" Vol. XX., page 2jo). /}\ 



Lieut. -Colonel Theophilus Thorn hagh= 
Gurdon of Letton and Grundisburgh ; 
born in the Close, Norwich, 24 August 
1764, bapt. there privately the same day; 
of Magdalen College, Oxford, matricula- 
ted 13 May 1782; J. P. and D.L. for 
CO. Norfolk, High Sheriff 1824; Lieut.- 
Colonel West Norfolk Militia ; resumed 
the name of Gurdon 1824 ; died at 
Letton, in his 85th year, on Tuesday', 
13 March, bur. at Cranworth 20 March 
1849. Will dated 27 July 1835, with 
four codicils dated 3 July 1837 to 6 
July 1842, proved 18 May 1849, by 
Brampton Gurdon, son (P.C.(". 360, 49). 



=Anne Mellish, only dau. of 
William Mellish of Blyth, co. 
Nottingham, M.P., by Anne his 
wife, dau. of John Gore of 
Bushill, CO. Middlesex ; marr. at 
St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London, 25 July 1796; died at 
Gloucester Place, London, in her 
8 1 St year, on Monday, 23 De- 
cember, bur. at Cranworth 31 
December 1850. Will dated 27 
April 1849, with codicil dated 27 
January 1850, proved 11 ^Lirch 
185 1, by John Gurdon-Rebow 
and William (jurdon, sons, the 
executors (P.C.C 199, 51). 



Thornhagh Philip 
Gurdon, born 13 
September 1765 ; 
died at Brighton, 
CO. Sussex, I 
November 1833. 



Philip Brampton 
Gurdon, born 10 
July I 767, Captain 
"sSth Foot ; killed 
in action in the 
Island of (Jranada 
24 .\pril 1795. 



{P'or issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. 10, page Q2). 



116 




Pedigree of Earle. 



Earle. 

[Vol. 10, p. 105.] 



(jregory Karle of Stockton, co. Chester,= 

and Warrington, co. Lancaster (younger 
son of Robert Earle of Stockton) ; bur. at 
Warrington 1 April 1650. 



=Alice Holbrucke, 
niarr. at Warring- 
ton 20 October 
1625. 



John Earle of Warring-= 
ton ; bapt. at War- 
rington 28 February 
i62y; Churchwarden 
1663 ; Treasurer of the 
' Warrington Blue Coat 
School 1677-1708; bur. 
at Warrington 14 March 
lyof. Administration 
granted at Chester 26 
March 1709. 



=Sarah Warburton, 
dau. of Thomas 
Warburton of Par- 
tington, CO. Chester ; 
marr. at Warrington 
22 December 1673 ; 
bur. there 23 Febru- 
ary 17^^. Will dated 
18 February 17"^, 
proved at Chester 
21 May 1720. 



Thomas Earle, = 
bapt. at War- 
rington 8 No- 
vember 1629 ; 
living in i66g. 



A 



Eleanor Tryer= 
of Liverpool ; 
marr. at St. 
Nicholas', Liver- 
pool, 10 Decem- 
ber 1700 ; bur. 
there 14 July 
1702. ist wife. 



=John Earle of Liverpool, merchant; bapt.= 
at NVarrington 29 October 1674; Mayor 
of Liverpool 1709, Freeman 1700, Coun- 
cillor 1703, Bailiff 1705; died at Prescot, 
CO. Lancaster, aged 75, in April 1749, 
bur. in Prescot Church. Administration 
granted at Chester in 1759. Portrait 
at Norton Lodge, Isle of Wight, 
in the possession of Sir Henry Earle, 
baronet. 



=Mary Finch, dau. and heir of Ralph 
Finch of Chester, by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. and coheir of Colonel 
William Danyell ; marr. at St. 
Nicholas', Liverpool, 16 February 
lyfffi marriage settlements dated 
2 February; died June 1764, bur. 
at Prescot. 2nd wife. 




r/2/L 




Thomas Earle, born 6 June, bapt. 
at St. Nicholas', Liverpool, 23 June 
1702; bur. there 4 February i7o|. 



Elizabeth, born at St. Nicholas', 
Liverpool, 29 December 1 7 1 1 ; 
bur. there 6 March 17 if. 



John Earle, born at 
St. Nicholas', Liver- 
pool, 21 June 1713. 



Ralph Willis of Liverpool, =|=Dorothy Aldersey, 



merchant ; born at St. 
Nicholas', Liverpool, i 
October 17 15; Mayor of 
Liverpool 1769; assumed 
the name of Willis 28 
August 1788, in pur- 
suance of the will of his 
kinsman, Daniel Willis of 
Halsnead; died, aged 75, 
30 April 1790. J^ 



dau. and coheir 
of Richard Alder- 
sey of Liverpool, 
customer of Liver- 
pool ; living 19 
March 1785. 



Rev. the Hon^^ John Stanley,^ 
Rector of Winwick, co. Lan- 
caster (brother of Edward, 
nth Earl of Derby); died, 
aged 87, 16 May 1781 ; bur. 
at Winwick. Will proved at 
Chester in 1781. M.L He 
married istly Alice, dau. of 
Edward Warren of Poynton, 
CO. Chester, esquire. 



=Sarah, bom at St. 
Nicholas', Liver- 
pool, 10 Novem- 
ber 1 7 1 7 ; marr. 
17 May 1753; 
died, aged 91, i 
February 1809, 
bur. at Winwick. 
2nd wife. 



117 



Rev. Peter Earle of Standishgate, Wigan, co. Lancaster ; bapt.= 
at Warrington, co. Lancaster, in ^L1rch 1632 ; of Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 27 November 1650; Minister 
of North wich, co. Chester, 1657-63, Curate of Wigan 1663 ; 
bur. at Wigan 14 March i66|. Will dated 9 March i66|, 
proved at Chester 25 March 1669. 



=Elizabeth Mawdesley, dau. of 
Robert Mawdesley, esquire ; 
marr. at Wigan 2 April 1664 ; 
bur. there 24 April i'66g. Will 
proved at Chester in 1670 {no 
longer extant). 



Dorothy, bapt. at Wigan 7 February 
i66f ; bur. there 14 October 1668. 
Administration granted 4 May 1669. 



Peter Earle, bapt. at Wigan 16 July 1668; 
bur. there 30 April 1669. Administration 
granted 4 May 1669, to John Earle, uncle. 



Jane Earle, bapt. 
at Warrington 23 
November 1675 ; 
bur. there 26 
January 1690. 



Rev. John Boardman, Rector of=i=Sarah, bapt. at Warrington 2 January 



Grappenhall, co. Chester ; of Brase- 
nose College, Oxford, matriculated 26 
November 1689, aged 18, B.A. 1693, 
M.A. 1696; Rector of Grappenhall 12 
November 1696; bur. at Grappenhall 
31 January 170!^. Will dated 12 May 
1703, with codicil dated 5 March 170I, 
proved at Chester 4 April 1706. ^ 



167I; marr. at Lymm, co. Chester, 
26 April 1696, marriage licence 
(Chester) dated 14 April; executrix 
to wills of husband 4 April 1706, 
and her mother 21 May 1720; died 
at Bolton, co. Lancaster, bur. at 
Grappenhall 24 March 1759. 



Rev. Peter Earle, Rector of Grappenhall ; bapt. at 
Warrington 7 October 1 680 ; Fellow of Brasenose 
College, Oxford, matriculated 14 April 1698, aged 18, 
B.A. 1701, M.A. 1704; Rector of Grappenhall 29 June 
1706; died 15 November 1708, bur. at Grappenhall. 
Administration granted at Chester in 1708. 



Katharine Earle, 
bapt. at Warring- 
ton 8 June 1682, 
bur. there 31 Oc- 
tober following. 



Thomas Earle, 
bapt. at War- 
rington 2 1 Feb 
ruary 

bur. there 
June 1694. 



i68|, 



Thomas Earle of Leghorn, Italy ;= 
born at St. Nicholas', Liverpool, 
20 June, bapt. there 21 June 
17 19; Councillor of Liverpool, 
1770, Bailiff 1771 ; died 18 April 
1781. Administration granted 24 
September 1 781 (P.C.C.) Portrait 
at Norton Lodge in the possession 
of Sir Henry Earle, haronet. 



=Mary Mort, dau. and heir of Adam Mort of Wharton Hall, 
Tyldesley, co. Lancaster, esquire, by Martlia his wife, dau. 
of George Leigh of Oughteringhton, co. Chester ; married, 
aged 28, in June 1754, marriage settlements dated 8 June; 
administratrix to her husband 24 September 1781; died, 
aged 60, 29 January 1785, bur. at St. Nicholas', Liverpool. 
M.L Will dated 22 February 1783. Portrait at Norton 
Lodge in the possession of Sir Henry Earle, baronet. 




''z/rTm.ajj 




^£z^y '^Jfjrr^ 




Adam Earle, Richard Gwillym of Bewsey Hall, co. Lancaster,=i=Jane Elizabeth, born at 
died at Leg- esquire, J. P. and D. L. for co. Lama.ster ; born in 1764; I Leghorn 14 February 
horn in 1760. Sheriff of co. Lancaster, 1796; died at Lucca, Italy, I 1764; livuig ui 181S. 
aged 5 ^, 1 8 J uly 1 8 1 8. A 

118 



Adam Earle, bapt. at Warrington, 
CO. Lancaster, 23 March 1633 ; 
bur. there 3 June 1634. 



Mary, Hving 9 March 

i66g ; marr 

Rabone. 



Adam Earle, bapt. at Warrington 
10 May 1635, bur. there 23 August 
following. 



William Earle of West Derby, co. Lancaster, =f=Ann Hoskin, dau. of Dorothy, bur. 



esquire; bapt. at St. Nicholas', Liverpool, in 1721 
died, aged 67, 28 April 1788, bur. at .St. Nicholas', 
Liverpool. M.L Will dated 19 March 1785, 
proved at Chester 27 December 1790. Portrait 
at Norton Lodge in the possession of Sir Henry 
Earle, baronet. 



Thomas Hoskin, by Mary 
his wife; marr. in 1753; 
died 9 January 1785. 
She married istly .... 
Winstanley. 



at St. Nicholas', 
Liverpool, 13 
August 1726. 



Maria, born at Leghorn,^ 
Italy, 17 August, bapt. 
there 30 September 
1761 ; marr. at Liver- 
pool 20 April 1786; 
died at Spekelands, in 
her 89th year, on Friday, 
7 September, bur. with 
her husband at Walton- 
on-the-Hill 13 Sep- 
tember 1849. Portrait 
at Norton Lodge, by 
LLargreaves, in the pos- 
sessioji of Sir Henry 
Earle, baronet. 



{Eor issue see ^^ Visitation of England and 1 1 'ales," 
Vol. 10, page lOJ.) 



=Thomas Earle of Spekelands, in the parish of 
Childvvall, co. Lancaster, and of Liverpool, esquire ; 
entered Manchester Grammar School 14 January 
1765; executor to his father's will 19 March 
1785; Mayor of Liverpool 1787, J. P. and D.L. 
for CO. Lancaster ; died at Spekelands, aged 66, 
9 July, bur. in the family vault at Walton-on-the- 
Hill, CO. Lancaster, 15 July 1822. Memorial 
Tablet at St. Peter's, Liverpool. Will dated 21 
October 1820, with codicil dated 23 May 182 1, 
proved 2 November 1S22, by William Earle, the 
younger, and Hardman and Richard Earle, sons, 
the executors (P.C.C. 577 Hersclull). Portrait 
at Norton Lodge, by Hargreaves, in the possession 
of Sir Henry Earle, baronet. 




Ralph Earle, ad- 
mitted to Man- 
chester Grammar 
School 14 January 
1765 ; died, aged 
II, 28 February 
1767, bur. at St. 
Nicholas', Liver- 
pool. M.L 



Richard Heywood- 
of Lark Hill ; 
executor to will of 
William Earle 19 
March 1785; died 
in 1800. 



=Mary, born William Earle of Everton, co.= 
ini758;died Lancaster; born in 1760; executor 
in 1831. to his father's will 19 March 1785; 

J.P. and D.L. for co. Lancaster ; 
Colonel Liverpool Fusiliers ; died 
at Rome, aged 79, 10 January 
'«39- A 



=Anne Copland, dau. of 
John Copland of Liver- 
pool ; marr. 8 May 1797; 
died, aged 50, i May 
1819, bur. at St. Nicho- 
las', Liverpool. ALL 



119 



Earle. 

[Vol. lo, p. 105. 




Coufir}natio)i of Anus to Sir Henry Earle, 
Baronet, igo4. 

To All & Singular to whom these presents shall 
come Sir Alfred Scott Scott-Clatty Knight Garter 
Principal King of Arms & William Henry Weldon 
Esquire Commander of the Royal Victorian Order 
Norroy King of Arms of the North parts of England 
from the River Trent Northwards Send Greeting 
\Miereas Sir Henry Earle of Alierton Tower in the 
County Palatine of Lancaster Baronet Companion of 
tlie Distinguished Service Order sometime Lieut. 
Colonel The King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry 
eldest son & heir of Sir Thomas Earle late of 
Alierton Tower aforesaid Baronet in the Commission 
of the Peace & Deputy Lieutenant for the .said 
County Palatine deceased hath represented unto the 
Most Noble Henry Duke of Norfolk Earl Marshal 
and Hereditary ALarshal of England Knight of the 
Most Noble Order of the Garter Knight Grand 
Cross of the Royal Victorian Order (& one of His 
Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council that 
according to a Pedigree now upon record in the 
College of Arms he is Sixth in descent from John 
Earle of Warrington in the said County Palatine of 
Lancaster whose younger brother Peter Earle Clerk in Holy Orders Curate 
of Wigan in the said County Palatine aforesaid made his will on the Ninth 
day of March one thousand si.\ hundred & sixty seven to which was appended 
a Seal bearing the following Arms viz. "Three Pallets and the Crest a Lion's 
jamb grasping a Harpoon'' — That a Pedigree compiled in 1660 by Randal 
Holme attributes these Arms to the Memorialist's family and that the said Arms 
also appear on the Seal appended to a Deed of Settlement by his great great great 
grandfather John Earle of Liverpool in the County Palatine of Lancaster bearing 
date the second day of February one thousand seven hundred & nine & he 
therefore requested the favour of His Grace's Warrant for our granting 
& confirming the said Arms in such manner as may be proper to be borne 
by him & his descendants & by the other descendants of his father the said 
Sir Thomas Earle, Baronet, deceased, according to the Laws of Arms. And 
forasmuch as the said Earl Marshal did by Warrant under his hand & seal 
bearing date the fourteenth day of November last authorise & direct Us to 
grant & confirm such Armorial Ensigns accordingly. Know ye therefore that 
we the said Garter & Norroy in pursuance of His Grace's Warrant & by 
virtue of the Letters Patent of our several Ofifices to each of us respectively 
granted do by these Presents grant and confirm unto the said Sir Henry Earle . 
Baronet the Arms following that is to say Argent three Pallets Ermines and 
for the Crest On a Wreath of the Colours A Lion's jamb erased Sable grasping 
a Harpoon in bend Sinister Argent as the same are in the margin hereof more 
plainly depicted to be borne & used for ever hereafter by him the said Sir 
Henry Earle Baronet & his descendants & by the other descendants of his 
father the said Sir Thomas Earle Baronet deceased with due & proper differences 
according to the Laws of Arms. In witness whereof We the said (Sarter & Norroy 
Kings of Arms have to these presents subscribed our names & affixed the Seals 
of our several Ofifices this Si.xth day of December in the Fourth Year of the 
Reign of Our Sovereign Lord Edward the Seventh by the Grace of God of the 
United Kingdom of Great Britain & Ireland & of the British Dominions beyond 
the Seas King Defender of the Faith etc. and in the year of our Lord one 
thousand nine hundred & four. 



A. S. Scoit-Gattv, Garter. 



William H. U'eldon, Norroy. 



Endorsed: "Recordfd in the College 0/ Arms, London. 
11. Farnham Burke, Somerset Herald 6f Registrar." 



Pedigree of Harington. 



Etheldreda Malte,=j=Johii Harington 
natural daughter of 
King Henry VHI., 
adopted by John 
Malte, Citizen and 
Merehant Taylor 
of London. Por- 
trait hy Hulbein, 
in tlie possession of 
John E. Musgrave 
Harington. ist wife. 



of Kelston, co. Somerset,= 

escjuuf (son ol Ale.xander Harington); 
imprisoned in the Tower 1554; received 
a grant of arms (as descended from the 
Haringtons of lirierley, co. York) 12 February 
156^; died I July 1582, bur. at St. Gregory 
by St. Paul's, London. Administration granted 
26 July 1582 (P.C.C.) Inq. ]). ni. taken at 
Wells 18 March 1585 (C. Vol. 202, No. iss). 
J 'or trait in the possession of John E. Musgrave 
Harineton. 



Hester, living 
in 1568. 



Harington. 

[Vol. 10, p. 122. 



'Isabella Markham, dau. of 
Sir John Markham of 
Gotham, co. Nottingham, 
Lieutenant of the 'I'ower of 
London, by Anne his 3rd 
wife, dau. and heir of John 
Strelley of Strelley, co. 
Nottingham, esquire ; Maid 
of Honour to Queen Eliza- 
beth ; died 20 May, bur. 
at St. Gregory by St. Paul's,- 
London, 26 May 1579- 
2nd wife. 



Sir John Harington of Kelston, knight ;= 
educated at Eton and at Christ's College, 
Cambridge, M.A. 1581 ; of Lincoln's Inn, 
admitted 27 November 1581 ; aged 21 and 
more 15 March 158! ; High Sheriff for co. 
Somerset 1591 ; knighted in Ireland by the 
Earl of Essex 30 July 1599; author of a 
poetical translation of " Orlando Furioso " 
and other works in prose and verse, many of 
which were collected in " Nugs; Antique," 
edited by his descendant, Henry Harington, 
D.D. ; died 20 November, bur. at Kelston 
I December 1612. M.I. Administration 
granted 8 December 1612 (P.C.C.) Inq. 
p. m. taken at Pensford 8 September 1613 
(C. Vol. 333, No. 8). (See ''Dictionary 
of National Biography," Vol. XXIV., 
page 3S3). Tivo Portraits {one by M. J. 
Mie revel f) ivith his wife, in the possession 
of John E. Mnsgrave Harington. 



=Mary Rogers, dau. 
of Sir (ieorge 
Rogers of Canning- 
ton, CO. Somerset, 
knight, by Jane 
his wife, dau. of 
Edmund Winter of 
Cleeve,co. Somer- 
set ; marr. before 
loNovember 1584, 
date of marriage 
settlements ;execu- 
trix to her hus- 
band's will 8 De- 
cember 1612 ; bur. 
at Kelston 10 De- 
cember 1634. M.I. 
Will dated i June 
1634, proved 23 
February 163^ 
(P.C.C. 33 Goare). 



Francis Harington=j=Joan IJaylie, 
of Bitton, CO. marr. at Kel- 
Gloucester, gent; ston 15 No- 
of Corpus Christi vemberi6o6; 
College, Oxford, (?) bur. there 
B.A. 7 November 7 February 
1581 ; of the 161,^. 2n(l 
Middle Temple, wife, 
admitted 1583 ; 
bur. at Bitton 1 7 
January 163?^. He 
married i stly at 
Bath Abbey 6 Au- 
gust 1599, Mary 
Weekes, aged 39, 
15 June 1603. 

A 



Sidenham Harington of London, vintner ; 
aged 18, in 1602; bur. at Kelston 15 
February i6ii. 



Sir Ralph Egerton ; ad-=j=Frances, marr. at Richmond, 
ministration granted at 
Lichfield in 1624. 



CO. Surrey, 21 December 
1606; living I June 1634. 



K 



John Harington of Kelston, esquire; aged 22 and= 
more 20 November 1612; of Trinity College, 
Oxford, matriculated 7 December 1604, aged 15 ; 
of Lincoln's Inn, admitted 30 April i6o8, 
Barrister-at-Law 1615, Treasurer 1651 ; M.P. for 
CO. Somerset 2 December 1645 to December 
1648; died in 1654, bur. at Kelston. M.I. 
Will dated 21 April 1654, proved 6 |uly 1654 
(P.C.C. 300 Aylett). 



=Lady Dionys Ley, dau. of James, ist Earl of 
Marlborough \I'ortrait by Paul Van Somer, in 
the possession of John E. Musgrave Harington\- 
by Mary his ist wife, dau. of John Petty of 
Stoke Talmage, co. Oxford, esquire ; bapt. at 
Westbury, co. Wilts, 21 December 1597; execu- 
trix to her husband's will 6 July 1654; died 
8 August, bur. at Kelston 11 August 1674. M.I. 



John Harington, bapt. at St. James', 
Bath, 8 August, bur. at Bath Abbey 
9 August 1623. 



John Harington, bapt. 
and bur. at Kelston 
8 July 1624. 



James Harington, admitted 
to Lincoln's Inn 23 January 



Very Rev. Edward Chetwynd, D.D., Dean of Bristol ; of Exeter=j=Helena, baptised James Harington, 



College, Oxford, matriculated 27 April 1593, aged 16, B.A, 
159I, M.A. 1598, B.D. 1606, D.D. )6i6; Lecturer of 
Abingdon, co. Berks, 1606, Public Lecturer of Bristol 1606, 
Chaplain to Queeii Anne 16 13, Dean of Bristol 1617, Rector 
of Sutton Coldfield, co. Warwick, Vicar of Banwell, co. 
Somerset, 1620; died 13 May 1639, bur. in Bristol Cathedral. 
M.L Will dated 24 November 1638, proved 26 June 1639 
(P.C.C. 115 Harvey). {See "Dictionary of Natiotial 
Biography" Vol. X., page 212.) Portrait by Sir Robert 
Peake, in the possession of John E. Musgrave Harington. 



at Kelston, co. 
.Somerset, 3 May 
1591 ; marr. there 
260ctober 1620; 
died 7 November 
1628, bur. in 
Bristol Cathedral. 
M.L 2nd wife. 



mentioned in will 
of his grand- 
mother, Dame 
Jane Rogers, 24 
September 1598. 



A 



Mary Speccott,= 
dau. and coheir 
of Peter Spec- 
cott of Thorn- 
bury, CO. Devon, 
by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of Sir 
John Mallett of 
Corie Mallett ; 
marr. at Thorn- 
bury I Novem- 
ber 1654 ; died 
24 August 1660, 
bur. at Kelston. 
M.L ist wife. 



"Anne Horner,= 
dau. of Sir John 
Horner of Mells, 
CO. Somerset, 
knight, by Anne 
his wife, dau. 
of Sir George 
Speake, knight 
bapt. at Mells 
21 July 1624 
marr. there 
October 1662 
bur. there 1 6 
December 1 663. 
2nd wife. 



=John Harington of= 
Kelston, esquire ; 
bapt. at Kelston 19 
May 1627 ; of Lin- 
coln College, Oxford, 
matriculated 21 Feb- 
ruary :6f§; M.P. 
for CO. Somerset 
1654 and 1656, 
and for Bath 7 Jan- 
uary i65f ; Captain 
of a Somerset troop 
of horse 1655 ; 
bur. at Kelston 16 
April 1700. M.L 
Will dated 20 De- 
cember 1698, proved 
8 July 1700 (P.C.C. 
99 Aoei). 



=Alice Snow,= 
bur. at Kel- 
ston 31 De- 
cember 1675. 
3rd wife. 



=Helena Gostlett, dau. and 
coheir of Benjamin Gostlett 
of Marshfield, co. Glouces- 
ter, esquire, by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of the Very 
Rev. Edward Chetwynd, 
D.D., Dean of Bristol ; 
marr. at Kelston 6 August 
1678, marriage licence 
(Wells) dated 31 July, then 
aged 25 ; executrix to her 
husband's will 8 July 1700; 
bur. at Kelston 12 August 
1 7 18. M.L Will dated 25 
March 17 18, proved 24 
December 17 19 (P.C.C. 
236 Brotvning). 4th wife. 



/N 



{Por issue see page I2y. 



Sir Robert Chaplin of Well, co. Lincoln, baronet (3rd=j=Anne, bapt. at Mells 



son of Sir Francis Chaplin, Lord Mayor of London 
1677); of Gray's Inn, admitted 3 August 1675 J created 
a baronet 1 9 September 1 7 1 5 ; a Director of the South 
Sea Company; M.P. for (Irimsby 29 January 171I, 
expelled 28 January 172°; died i July 1728. Adminis- 
tration granted 8 February 172^, to Anne, wife of James i before 26 July 1717 
Hateman, daughter (P.C.C.) ^ 



16 December 1663; 
marr. at All Hallows 
Staining, London, 9 
March 169" ; living 20 
December 1698, died 



I 
John Harington, 
died 22 February 
1 67 J, bur. at 
Kelston. M.L 



Henry Gibbes, Alderman of Bristol; Mayor of=f=Elizabeth, died, aged 67, 



Bristol 1652 ; Hving in 1695. He married istly 
Elizabeth, dau. of Robert JJowditch of Lyme, 
CO. Dorset. ^ 



12 October 1723, bur. at 
Marshfield. M.L 2nd wife. 



122 



Robert Haring- 
ton, bapt. at 
Kelston, co. 
Somerset, 3 
August 1594; 
died in infancy. 



George Harington, tnentioned= 
in wills of his grandmother, 
Dame Jane Rogers, 24 Sep- 
tember 1598, and his mother 
I June 1634; bur. at Kelston 
4 December 1665. M.I. 



=Mary Combe, 
dau. of Thomas 
Combe of Lyn- 
combe, co. 

Somerset, gent ; 
bur. at Kelston 
8 March i67f. 



A 



Richard=Elizabeth, bapt. at 
Digges, Richmond, co. Sur- 
aged 1 1 rey, 1 6 September 
in 1623. 1598; marr. at Kel- 
ston 3 November 
1634 ; executrix to 
her mother's will 23 
February 163^. 



John Gostlett of= 
Marshfield, co. Glou- 
cester, esquire; bapt. 
at Marshfield 23 
October 1626; died, 
aged 66, 24 January, 
bur. at Marshfield i 
February 169I. M.I. 
Will dated 18 June 
16S4, proved 23 Feb- 
ruary 169I (P.C.C. 
26 Cohen). 



=Mary, bapt. at Corston, co. 
Somerset, 14 October 1628; 
marr. at St. James', Bath, co. 
Somerset, 24 January 165"; 
executrix to her husband's 
will 23 February 169!; 
died 27 October 1698, bur. 
at Marshfield. M.I. Will 
dated 14 February 169I, 
proved 18 November 1698 
(P.C.C. 232 Lort). 



William Harington= 
of Kelston, gent ; 
bapt. at Corston 18 
June 1631 ; of Lin- 
coln's Inn, admitted 
4 November 1648 ; 
bur. at Kelston 20 
March 170^. Will 
dated 9 September 
1 701, proved at 
Wells 12 May 1702. 



^Anne Broad, execu- 
trix to her husband's 
will 12 May 1702 ; 
bur. at Kelston 21 
August 1707. Will 
dated 17 July 1707, 
proved at \Vells 8 
September 1707, by 
James Harington, 
son. 



.'K 



Phcebe Harington of AVeston, 
near Bath ; bapt. at Corston 
30 August 1666; mentioned in 
her father's will 20 December 
1698. Will dated 26 February 
170-I, proved at Wells 7 No- 
vember 1709. 



Jane Harington, 
bapt. at Corston 
in 1667; died 
the same year. 



Joshua Higginson=j=Virtue, bapt. at Corston 



of Marshfield ; of 
the Inner Temple ; 
died before 1 3 
June 1 7 10. 



20 August 1668; marr. 
in 1695, marriage licence 
(Faculty Office) dated 1 7 
June; bur. at Marshfield 
in 1704. 



A 



Henry Long of Stanton= 
Prior, CO. Somerset, 
esquire ; of Lincoln's 
Inn, admitted 5 May 
1657 ; marr. at Kelston 
13 June 1682 marriage 
licence (Faculty Office) 
dated 22 April 1682; 
died in 1693. ^\^ 
dated June 1691, 
proved II July 1693 
(P.C.C. 113 Coker). 
ist husband. 



=Diones, aged about= 
24, 22 April 1682 ; 
executrix to wills of 
her ist husband 11 
July 1693, and her 
2nd husband 21 May 
1729; died, aged 86, 
bur. at Marshfield 
4 December 1744. 
Will dated 19 May 
1743. proved 5 Jan- 
uary 174I, by Diones 
Gibbes, niece(P.C.C. 
19 Seymour). 



Calthrop (Parker) Long of 
Whaddon, co. Wilts, esquire 
(younger son of Sir Philip 
Parker, ist baronet, by Rebecca 
his wife, sister and in her issue 
heir of Sir Walter Long of 
Whaddon, 2nd baronet); marr. 
before 20 January 169!; took 
the name of Long in place of 
that of Parker as heir to his 
uncle, Sir Walter Long, in 1 7 10 ; 
died, aged 72, 10 May 1729. 
Will dated 19 July 1697, 
proved 21 May 1729 (P.C.C. 
144 Auber). 2nd husband. 



Mary Haring- 
ton, bapt. at 
Corston 6 Sep- 
tember 1660; 
bur. at Kelston 
24 Novembec 
1676. 



Mary Harington, bapt. 
at Kelston, co. Somer- 
set, 24 September 1 600 ; 
bur. there 7 April 1605. 



Robert Harington, 
bapt. at Kelston 29 
June 1602, bur. there 
30 March 1605. 



John Roberts, =j=Jane, marr. at Kelston 21 



living 
1634. 



June 



January i6if j living i June 
1634. 



A 



Edward Harington, 
bapt. at Corston, co. 
Somerset, 24 July 
1634; bur. at Kelston 
10 June 1636. 



Robert Rous of=T=Phoebe, born at Kelston 6 July 1637 ; marr. at 



Wotton, in Land- 
rake, CO. Cornwall ; 
living in 1674. 



St. Margaret's, Westminster, 18 May 1657 ; 
mentioned in will of her sister, Mary Gostlett, 14 
February 169I; living 20 December 1698. 



A 



James Harington, 
bapt. at Corston 5 
November 1669; 
bur. at Kelston 23 
September 1675. 



Rev. David Macie, Vicar of Weston^Amy, bapt. at=j=William Hall of 

by Bath, co. Somerset ; of Wadham 

College, Oxford, matriculated 28 

March 1683, aged 18, B.A. 1686, 

Vicar of Abbotsbury, co. Dorset, 

1696, and of Weston 28 August 

1698; marr. at Kelston 20 May 1700. 

^Vill dated 24 May 1701, proved 

II July 1701 (P.C.C. loo Dyer). 

1st husband. zK 



Corston 3 January 
i67j; executrix to 
wills of her ist 
husband 11 July 
1 70 1, and her sister 
Phcebe 7 Novem- 
ber 1709; living 10 
December 1731. 



Weston ; mar- 
riage licence 
(Wells) dated 6 
February 17 of. 
2nd husband. 



Eld ward Chetwynd of Bristol ;=Alice, bapt. at Corston 2 7=f=Rev. Thomas Feckenham, Vicar 

of Marshfield, co. Gloucester ; of 
Balliol College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 2 November 1677, aged 17 ; 
Vicar of Marshfield 18 October 
1687. He married istly Joan 
. . . 2nd husband. 



marr. at Kelston 18 Octo- 
ber 1692. Administration 
granted 8 December 1693. 
(P.C.C.) ist husband. 



December 167 1 ; administra- 
trix to her ist husband 8 
December 1693; died, aged 
71, 2 May 1742, bur. at 
Kelston. M.I. 



John Herbert Harington, Member of the Supreme=j=Amelia Johnstone, 



Council of Bengal; born 12 March 1765 ; entered the 
Bengal Civil Service as a writer i August 1780, Puisne 
Judge at Dinajpore i May 1793, Sub-Secretary Secret 
Department 1793, Member of the Board of Revenue 
1799) Chief Judge of the Sudder Dewanny 1801, 
Member of Supreme Council 21 December 1822, Agent 
at Delhi i August 1823, President of the Board of 
Trade 22 April 1828; edited "The Persian and Arabic 
Works of Sa'dee," Calcutta, 1791-95; died at St. John's 
Wood, CO. Middlesex, 9 April 1828. {See ^'■Dictionary 
of National Biography" Vol. XXIV., page jSg.) J^ 



dau. of . . . John- 
stone, by ... . 
Campbell his wife; 
marr. in \nd'\A circa 
1807 ; died, aged 
70, at Ruyton 
Hall, CO. Salop, 22 
February 1861. 



Hester Harington, 
born before 27 Oc- 
tober 1768 ; men- 
tioned in will of 
Elizabeth Haring- 
ton 30 .April 1797 ; 
died at Fyfield, 
CO. Hants, aged 
61, 25 December 
1827, bur. at 
'J'hruxton. co. 

Hants. 



124 



Elizabeth Lyde, dau. of William= 
Lyde of Knighton Sutton, co. 
Somerset, esquire ; marriage 
settlements dated 25 September 
1692; died 12 December 1693, 
bur. at Chew Magna, co. 
Somerset. M.I. Will dated 
20 November 1693, proved 2 
June 1694, by William Lyde, 
brother (P.C.C. 147 Box). 
I St wife. 



=Benjamin Harington of Corston,= 
CO. Somerset, esquire ; bapt. 
at Corston 6 May 1673; of 
Lincoln's Inn, admitted 16 
February 169!; died, aged 38, 
28 November, bur. at Corston 
I December 17 11. M.I. Will 
dated 13 June 17 10, proved 
22 January 171! (P.C.C. 
10 Barnes). 



=Elizal)eth Bayly, dau. and 
coheir of Zachary Bayly of 
Charlcot House, near West- 
bury, CO. Wilts, esquire, by 
Abigail Cooke his wife; born 
at Westbury 10 September 
1680; marr. there 29 May 
1 701; died 28 December, 
bur. at Corston 31 December 
1735. M.I. 2nd wife. 



Mary Bushell,= 
dau. of James 
BushellofBath, 
CO. Somerset, by 
Mary(Sherston) 
his wife; marr. at 
Corston 10 Sep- 
tember 1726; 
died, aged 25, 
16 April 1732, 
bur. at Corston. 
M.I. ist wife. 



=John Harington of Corston, esquire ;= 
bapt. at Corston 10 April 1702; 
died, aged 61, i May, bur. at 
Corston 6 May 1763. M.I. 
Administration granted 29 August 
1765- 



=Mary Bave, dau. of William and 
Eleanor Bave of Bristol ; bapt. at St. 
Jamas', Bristol, 9 January 171^; marr. 
after 19 May 1736, and before 1743; 
bur. at Corston 23 March 1786. 
2nd wife. 



Benjamin Harington,^Hannah Vele of Corston ; marr. Elizabeth, bapt. 

bapt. at Corston 5 at Corston 2 October 178 1 ; died, at Corston 18 

April 1747. aged 60, bur. at Corston 26 June 1749; living 

August 1 806. 6 April 1780. 



Rev. John Harington, D.D., Prebendary of Salisbury ; born= 
26 March, bapt. at Corston 9 April 1732; of Exeter College, 
Oxford, matriculated 11 May 1749, B.A. 1753, M.A. r756, B.D. 
and D.D. 17 April 1771 ; Rector of Chalbury, co. Dorset, 1766, 
Prebendary of Salisbury, Rector of Thruxton, co. Hants ; died 
at Thruxton 10 June 1795, t)ur. at St. Edmund's, Salisbury. 
Administration granted 7 July 1795 (P.C.C.) 



=Rachel Hawes, dau. of the 
Rev. Henry Hawes, Rector 
of Bemerton, co. Wilts ; 
died, aged 40, 1 2 February 
1782, bur. at St. Edmund's, 
Sahsbury. 



William Haring-= 
ton. Secretary to 
the Board of 
Revenue, Madras, 
India ; baptised 
30 January 1768; 
died at Madras 1 4 
December 1821. 



=Anne Collet, 
dau. of Jona- 
than Collet of 
Kensington, 
London ; mar- 
ried 10 No- 
vember 1793; 
died in 1820. 



/K 



Henry Hawes Harington= 
of Madras, banker ; born 
31 August 1770; died 
at Hans Place, London, 
12 December 1832. 
Will dated 21 April 
1832. Administration 
granted in January 1833 
(P.C.C. 27 Farquhar). 



=Martha Nicholls, dau. of Robert 
Nicholls, Captain 87th Foot; marr. 
3 June 1806; died at 6 Wyburn 
Villas, Surbiton, co. Surrey, aged 
84, 26 September, bur. in the 
churchyard at St. Mark's, Surbiton, 
I October 1873. Will dated 13 
July 1872, proved 29 October 1873 
(Prin. Reg., 705, 73). 



(^For issue see '■^Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. X., page 122.) 



125 



James Harington, bapt. at 
Kelston, co. Somerset, 7 Sep- 
tember, bur. there 23 September 
1675- 



Rebecca Harington of Corston, co. Somerset; not 21, 
20 December 1698; died 28 March, bur. at Corston i April 
1747. Will dated 10 December 1731, proved at Wells 
in 1749. 



Rev. Hudson Martin, Vicar of= 
Corston ; Rector of Saltford, 
CO. Somerset ; died 8 May 
1755. Will dated 3 April 
1755. proved 5 August 1755 
(P.C.C. 221 Paul). 



=Abigail, bapt. at Corston 10 May 1703; 
marr. there 15 January 174^; executri.x 
to wills of her aunt Rebecca in 1749, 
and her husband 5 August 1755 ; bur. at 
Corston 9 August 1773. Will dated 27 
October 1768, proved 19 November 1773 
(P.C.C. 439 Stevens). 



Mary Harington, 
bapt. at Corston 
14 May 1704; 
bur. there 4 June 
1707. 



A 



William Harington of Newton= 
St. Loe, CO. Somerset, esquire ; 
bapt. at Corston 5 July 1705; 
executor to will of his sister, 
Abigail Martin, 19 November 
1773; died 10 May 1780, bur. 
at Corston. M.I. Will dated 
6 April 1780, with codicil 
dated 6 May, proved 28 June 
1780 (P.C.C. 321 Collins). 



=Brabazon, marr. at Newton 
St. Loe 2 June 1767; execu- 
trix to her husband's will 28 
June 1780; died, aged 71, 
17 April 1797, bur. at 
Newton St. Loe. Vl.\. Will 
dated 10 December 1796, 
proved 30 May 1797 (P.C.C. 
332 Exeter). She married 
istly Richard Taylor. 



Elizabeth Harington of Newton 
St. Loe ; born 2 1 December 
1707, bapt. at Corston i Jan- 
uary 170^; executrix to will of 
her aunt Rebecca in 1749; 
died 17 November, bur. at 
Corston 24 November 1797. 
M.L Will dated 30 April 
1797, proved 17 April 1798 
(P.C.C. 264 Walpole). 



Rev. James Eyre^ 
Harington of Salis- 
bury, CO. Wilts ; born 
16 June 1774; of 
Exeter College, Ox- 
ford, matriculated 9 
November 1791, B.A. 
1795, M-A. 1799; 
Rector of Sapcote, co. 
Leicester, 8 August 
i8io,andofChalbury, 
CO. Dorset, 30 May 
1815; administrator to 
his father 7 July 1795; 
died 16 August 1836. 



=Margaret Moffat, 
dau. of James 
Moffat of Roches- 
ter, CO. Kent, 
M.D. ; marr. at 
St. George-the- 
Martyr, Queen 
Square, co. Mid- 
dlesex, 12 De- 
cember 1799. 



Jemima Douglas,=f=Thomas Talbot=|=Mary Amelia 



dau. of General 
Douglas ; died 
in Great George 
Street, Hanover 
Square, London, 
8 March 1S20. 
tst wife. 



A 



Harington of 
Simon's Town, 
Cape of Good 
Hope, Captain 
Indian Marine ; 
born 1 9 Sep- 
tember 1780; 
died at Calcutta, 
India, in 1837. 



Fishwick ; died 
at Ryde, Isle 
of Wight, aged 
86, 9 February 
1880. 2nd wife. 



/K 



A\ 



126 



Mary Speccott,= 
dau. and coheir of 
Peter Speccott of 
Thornbury, co. 
Devon, ist wife. 



=Anne Horner, dau. =j=John Harington=i=Alice Snow,= 



of Sir John Horner 
of Mails, CO. 
Somerset, knight. 
2nd wife. 



A\ 



of Kelston, co. 
Somerset, esquire 
{see page 122). 



As 



3rd wife. 



A 



^Helena Gostlett, dau. 
and coheir of lienja- 
min (lostlett of Marsh- 
field, CO. Gloucester, 
esquire. 4th wife. 



John Harington of= 
Kelston, esquire ; 
bapt. at Kelston i 
January 1 6 J^^ ; of 
VVadham College, 
O.Nford, matricula- 
ted 17 June 1696, 
aged i7,of thelnner 
Temple, admitted 
1697 ; bur. at Kel- 
ston 29 June 1725. 
Will dated 21 Jan- 
uary 172I, proved 
in Chancery 20 July 
1726. 



=Dorothy White, dau. 
of William White 
of Little Somerford, 
CO. Wilts, esquire, 
by Emma his wife, 
dau. and coheir of 
Anthony Thorner 
of Malmesbury, co. 
Wilts, mercer ; 

marr. at Somerford 
27 April 1 708 ; 
died, aged 42, 4 
July, bur. at Kel- 
ston 7 July 1726. 
MI. 



Ven'"'"^ Lawson Huddleston,= 
Archdeacon of Bath ; bapt. at 
Greystock, co. Cumberland, 1 1 
October 1678; of Queen's College, 
Cxford, matriculated 1 1 March 
i69y, aged 16, B.A. 1702, M.A. 
1705 ; Rector of Kelston 29 July 
1 7 1 o, Canon of Wells 1 7 1 2, Arch- 
deacon of Bath 1733, Vicar of St. 
Cuthbert's, Wells, 2 March 173?; 
died, aged 66, 9 April 1743, bur. 
at Kelston. M.I. Will dated 29 
September 1741, proved 5 July 
1 743 (P.C.C. 234 Boycott). 



'Helena, born 10 
February, bapt. 
at Kelston 1 1 
February 168^; 
marr. there 19 
February i7if ; 
executrix to her 
husband's will 5 
July 1743; died 
16 December, 
bur.at Kelston 22 
December 1748. 
M.I. 



A 



Gostlett Harington of Marshfield, 
esquire; bapt. at Kelston 16 May 
1682 ; of Corpus Christi College, 
Oxford, matriculated 13 July 1703, 
aged 2 1 ; died, aged 24, bur. at 
Kelston 26 November 1706. M.I. 



Mary Harington, 
bapt. at Kelston 
20 March i68|; 
bur. there in 
1686. 



Isabella Harington of Bristol ; bapt. 
at Kelston 7 April 1685; executrix 
to her mother's will 24 December 
1719; bur. at Kelston 5 July 1755. 
Administration granted 25 August 
i755(P-C.C.) 



Charles Maddison, Captain=j=Mary, marr. 
Bengal Cavalry; born at in 1 791; died 
Fort St. George, Madras, at Bath in 
India, 5 September 1770; 1845. 
died at Bath in 1845. 



A 



{For issue see Pedigree of Afaddison, 
Vol. VI., page sS.) 



William Moffat of Queen's=Elizabeth, marr. at 
Square, London, ship Amport, co. Hants, 31 
builder ; died at Wimble- 
don, CO. Surrey, in 1824. 
He married istly . . . 
dau. of . . . Bowland of 
Payne's Hill. 



December 1795; died 
at Earl's Court Road, 



London, 

bur. in 

Cemetery, 

2nd wife. 



in 1844, 

Brompton 

London. 



1-7 



Henry Hc'irington=j=Mary Backwell, 



of Kelston, co. 
Somerset, esquire ; 
bapt. at Kelston 
13 July 1686; 
died, aged 83, 17 
May, bur. at Kel- 
ston 23 May 1769. 



dau. of Richard 
Backwell ; marr. 
before 25 March 
1 7 18; died 3 
May 1 731, bur. 
at Kelston. M.I. 



A 



Rev. William Harington, Vicar of=j=Sarah Harrison, 
Kington St. Michael, co. Wilts; bapt. dau. and coheir 
at Kelston 26 October 1687; of Corpus of Thomas Har- 
Christi College, O.xford, matriculated 1 1 rison of Bath, 
March 1705, aged 15, B.A. 170^, M.A. co. Somerset; 
1 7 10; Vicar of Kington St. Michael marr. before 25 
17 1 7, Rector of Winford, co. Somerset, March 17 18. 
29 July 1724, died, aged 63, 13 July 1751, 
bur. at Kington St. Michael. M.I. /|\ 



Robert Haring-= 
ton of Bath, 
merchant; bapt. 
at Kelston 23 
July 1689; bur. 
there 16 May 
1765. Will dated 
1 1 March and 
9 April 1765, 
proved 7 June 
I765(P.C.C. 220 
Rushworth). 



=Susannah Ans- 
worth, buried 
at Kelston 9 
March 1765. 



Mary Haring- 
ton, bapt. at 
Kelston 16 
October 1693, 
buried there 
25 November 
following. 



Edward Harington of= 
Bath, M.D., F.R.S. ; 
bapt. at Kelston 2 
November 1696; of 
Wadham College, Ox- 
ford, matriculated 15 
May 1 7 12, aged 15, 
B.A. 17 if, M.A. 1718, 
M.B. 1722, M.D. 
1726 ; executor to his 
mother's will 24 De- 
cember 1719 ; F.R.S. 
1734; died I -August, 
bur. at Kelston 8 
August 1757. 



=Esther Bave, dau. of 
Charles Bave of Bath, 
M.D., by Eleanor 
Willis his wife; marr. 
at St. James', Bath, 

6 February 172I; 
died in Bath, bur. 
at Kelston 1 7 May 
1762. Will dated 

7 January 1761, with 
codicil dated 6 De- 
cember 1 761, proved 
9 June 1762 (P.C.C. 
254 St. E/oy). 



John Harington, mentioned in will 
of his uncle, John Harington, 21 
January 172^; died in 1736. 



Colthrop Harington, bapt.==Mary, living 7 
at St. Michael's, Hath, 17 January 1761. 
January 172^ ; bur. at 
Kelston 29 August 1752. 



Rev. Robert Lowth, Rector of Hinton Ampner,=f=Frances, marr. Robert Hen-=i=Sophia. 

CO. Hants (only son of the Rt. Rev. Robert Lowth, at Thruxton, shaw of the 2nd wife. 

D.D., Bishop of London); of Christ Church, co. Hants, 20 Hon'''^ East 

Oxford, matriculated 6 July 1779, aged 17, B.A. January 1794; India Co. 

1783; Prebendary of St. Paul's 25 February 1789; living 30 Ajiril 

executor to will of Elizabeth Harington 17 April 1797. 

1798; died in 1822. /j\ /\ 



128 



Pedigree of IVood. 



Halifax. 

[Vol. lo, p. 132.] 



George Wood of Monk Bretton, in= 
Royston, co. York, esquire (son of 
George Wood of Monk Bretton, 
by Anne his wife, dau. of John Fox) ; 
died in 1638. 



=Jennet Swift, dau. of Roger 
Swift of Rothwell, co. York ; 
marr. at Royston i October 
1584; bur. 3 August 1636. 



Robert Wood of=j=Jane Stocks, dau. of John John Wood of=j=Elizabeth Pitt, dau. 



Monk Bretton, 

esquire ; bapt. at 
Royston 13 April 
1589 ; executor to 
will of his son 
James 2 April 1663; 
bur. at Royston 18 
July 1676. 



Stocks, twice Mayor of 
Uoncaster, co. York ; 
executrix to will of her 
son James 2 April 1663; 
died 6 May, bur. at Royston 
8 May 1673. 



Smithies, in Roy- 
ston ; bapt. at 
Royston in 1594; 
living 22 October 
1634. Administra- 
tion granted at York 
10 July 1648. 



of Robert Pitt ; marr. 
at Royston 2 1 January 
162I ; administratrix 
to her husband 10 
July 1648. 



A 



John Wood, William Wood of Masbrough,= 
born 26 June, co. York, Clerk of the 
bapt. at Roy- Peace for the West Riding, 
ston 3 July CO. York ; born 2 October 
1625. 1627 ; died 22 December 

1668, bur. at Rotherham, co. 
York. Will dated 14 De- 
cember 1668, proved at 
York 6 May 167 1 (Vol. 52, 
fo. 210). 



=Isabel Eyre, dau. of Nathaniel 
Eyre of Bramley, co. York, 
esquire, by Alice his wife, 
dau. of John Franke of Ponte- 
fract, CO. York ; executrix to 
her husband's will 6 May 
167 1. She married istly 
John Rayney of Tyers Hill, 
in Darfield, co. York, gent. 



George Wood, 
born 8 March, 
bapt. at Royston 
i8Marchi6fl; 
died 14 July, 
bur. at Royston 
17 July 1662. 



A 



Robert Wood, 
born 26 June, 
bapt. at Roy- 
ston I July 
1632 ; buried 
there 2 Feb- 
ruary 165I. 



John Wood= 
of Royston, 
gent ; aged 
30 in 1666; 
living 14 De- 
cember 1668. 



John Wood, 
died young. 



=Hannah Holling worth, dau. 
of John Hollingworth of 
Tinsley, co. York ; marriage 
licence (York) granted 
1666, then aged 18. She 
married 2ndly (marriage 
licence 1673) John 
Wheatley of Royston. 



Jane Wood, 
died young. 



Robert Ashton of=f=Dorothy, born 



Bradway, in Nor- 
ton, CO. Derby, 
esquire ; High 
Sheriff for co. 
Derby 1665; died 
9 February 171^, 
bur. at Darfield. 



A 



1 3 August 1636; 
marr. at Roy- 
ston 4 February 
165^; died 2 1 
March 172!^, 
bur. at Darfield. 



Anne Wood, 
died young. 



129 



George Wood, 

married . . . 
Waterton. 

T 

A 



Stephen Wood, 
married Grace 



William Wood, 
died young. 



Peter Wood, bapt. at 
Royston, co. York, 1 2 
June 1603; killed at 
the siege of Leipsic. 



Esther Wood, bapt. 
at Royston 5 April 
1605; bur. there 8 
March 161 7. 



James Wood of Bamsley,= 
CO. York, attorney ; 
born 5 March 163I; 
bur. at Barnsley 21 Au- 
gust 1662. Will dated 
28 July 1662, proved 
at York 2 April 1663 
(Vol. 45, fo. 467). 



=Grisell Godfrey, dau. of Willoughby 
Godfrey of Edderthorpe, in Dar- 
field, CO. York, esquire ; bapt. at 
Darfield 23 September 1641 ; marr. 
at Royston 2 January 165I. She 
married 2ndly (marriage licence 
dated 21 May 1664) the Rev. John 
Uutton, Vicar of Royston. 



John Field of=pSarah, born 



Hull, CO. York; 
died 28 Octo- 
ber 1689. Will 
dated 24 Oc- 
tober 1689. 



10 December 
1 640 ; marr. 
at Royston 
I February 
165I ; died 
3 February 
i68f. 



A 



Wilham Wood, born 7 March 16 . . ; of Brasenose 
College, Oxford, matriculated 11 July 1676; died 
5 April 1679, bur. in the College Chapel. 



George Wood, mentioned 
in his father's will 28 July 
1662 ; died young. 



Edmund Watson=Jane, born 9 No- Douglas Wood (twin Godfrey Wat-=f=Elizabeth (twin with 



of Hague Hall, 
South Kirkby, 
CO. York, esquire; 
aged 32 in 1661 ; 
living 14 De- 
cember 1668. 



vember 1642 ; 
marr. at Roy- 
ston I De- 
cember 1 66 1, 
marriage licence 
(York). 



with Elizabeth), 
born 2 1 February, 
bapt. 22 February, 
bur. 23 March 
164I. 



kinson of Hamp- 
ton, CO. Derby, 
esquire : aged 
22 in 1664. 



Douglas), born 2 1 
February 164 J ; 
marr. at Royston 4 
August 1664, mar- 
riage licence (York). 



A 



Anne Fox, dau. = 
and coheir of 
John Fox of 
Smallfield, in 
Bradfield, co. 
York, istwife. 



=Dorothy Woodhead,= 
dau. of . . . Wood- 
head of Woodseats, 
in Bradfield ; bur. at 
Barnsley 7 May 1686. 
2nd wife. 



Robert Wood. George Wood. 



John Cunliffe= 
of Hollings, 
CO. Lancaster. 



=Henry Wood of= 
Barnsley, attorney; 
born 5 July 1645; 
died 4 May 1720, 
bur. at Barnsley. 
Will dated 10 April 
1720, proved at 
York 12 July 1720 
(Vol. 74, fo. 337). 



=Dorothy, bapt. at 
Barnsley 20 Sep- 
tember 1672. 



Mary, bapt. at 
Barnsley 16 
January 167^. 



=Elizabeth Simpson, 
dau. of William 
Simpson of Bab- 
worth, CO. Notting- 
ham, by Elizabeth 



his wife, 
William 
of Hull; 
Sheffield 



dau. of 
Lindley 
bapt. at 
12 De- 



cember 1667; died, 
aged 81, 31 De- 
cember 1748, bur. 
at Barnsley. M.I. 
3rd wife. 



I 
Isaac \\'ood, 
born loMarch, 
bapt. at Roy- 
ston 14 March 
164^; buried 
there 29 March 
1647. 



Henry Wood of Barnsley, esquire. Clerk of Assize for the West Riding, 
CO. York; bapt. at Barnsley 13 February i6JJ^; executor to his 
father's will 12 July 1720; died, aged 52, 28 April 1741, bur. at 
Barnsley. Will dated 26 April 1741, proved at York i June 1747 
(Vol. 91, fo. 272). 



William Wood, bapt. 
at Barnsley 20 Jan- 
uary 169'; bur. there 
I Marchiejg. 



130 



Mary Dorothy Palmer, dau.= 
of the Rev. Charles Palmer, 
D.D., Prebendary of York, 
by Ann his wife, dau. 
of Sir Stephen Thompson 
of Kirkby Hall, co. York, 
knight. She married istly 
Metcalfe Weddell of Ears- 
wick, CO. York, and 2ndly 
Tobias \Vic:kham, Barrister- 
at-Law. 1st wife. 



=Francis Wood of= 
Harnsley, co. York, 
esquire, |.P. for the 
West Riding, co. 
York ; bapt. at 
Barnsley 23 July 
1696; died, aged 
79. 30 August 1775. 
Administration was 
granted at York 18 
f^ovember i 775. 



=Rebecca Ellison, dau. of 
William Ellison of ]5arns- 
ley (sister and coheir of 
Richard Ellison) ; marr. 
I December 1761 ; died, 
aged 71, 4 November 
1784. Will dated i Jan- 
uary 1 781, proved at 
York 9 December 17^4, 
by Margaret Robinson, 
sister (Vol. 128, fo. 467). 
2nd wife. 



Simpson Wood, 
Lieutenant Foot 
Guards ; bapt. at 
Barnsley 29 Sep- 
tember 1698 ; 
mentioned in his 
father's will 10 
April 1720; died 
in .\pril 1745; 



Rev. Henry Wood, D.D., Vicar= 
of Halifax, co. York ; bapt. at 
Barnsley 22 February 172^; of 
Jesus College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1748, M.A. 1752, D.D. 1755; 
Rector of Hemsworth, co. York ; 
administrator to his father 18 
November 1775 ; died, aged 64, 
27 October 1790. Will dated 24 
May 1789, with codicil dated 
25 October 1790, proved at York 
3 November 1790 (Vol. 134, 
io- 537)- 



=Elizabeth Gore, 
dau. of Charles 
Gore of Hork- 
stow, CO. Lincoln; 
living 20 June 
1794. 



Sir Francis Wood of= 
Barnsley, baronet ; 
bapt. at Barnsley 
2 January 175^; 
created a baronet 
22 January 1784; 
died, aged 66, i 
July 1795. ^^'ill 
dated 20 June 1794, 
proved 30 Decem- 
ber 1795 (P.C.C. 
7 1 9 Neivcastle). 



=Elizabeth Ewer, dau. 
and heir of Anthony 
Ewer of Swine, in 
Holderness,co.York, 
and of Bushey Hall, 
CO. Hertford, esijuire ; 
marr. at St. James', 
Westminster, 5 June 
1779 ; died 22 No- 
vember 1796. Will 
dated 28 August 
1795' proved 19 De- 
cember 1 796 (P.C.C. 
644 Harris). 



Elizabeth. 



Laura. 



Charles Wood of Bowling Hall, co. York,=j=Caroline Lacon-Barker, dau. and coheir of 



Captain R.N. ; bapt. at Barnsley 13 Feb- 
ruary 173!; died, aged 51, 9 October 
1782, of wounds received while in command 
of H.M.S. "Worcester" in engagement off 
Madras 3 September, bur. at Madras. M.L 
at Hickleton, co. York. 



Thomas Lacon-Barker of Otley, co. York, esquire, 
by Anne his wife, dau. and coheir of Robert 
Thompson of Kilham, co. York, esquire ; marr. 
at Bradford, co. York, 6 January 1770; living 24 
May 1789. 



Sir Francis Lindley Wood of= 
Pontefract, co. York, baronet ; 
born 16 December 1771 ; 
High Sheriff for co. York 
1814; succeeded his uncle. 
Sir Francis Wood, as 2nd 
baronet 9 July 1795 ; died, 
aged 75, 31 December 1846, 
bur. at Hickleton, co. York, 
8 January 1847. M.L Will 
dated 9 June 1843, with three 
codicils dated 15 March 1845 
to 25 February 1846, proved 
at York 3 May 1847, by Sir 
Charles Wood, baronet, son. 



=Anne Buck, eldest 
dau. and coheir of 
Samuel Buck of 
New Grange and 
Park Hill, co. 
York, Recorder 
of Leeds, co. 
York ; marr. at 
Leeds 1 5 January 
1798; died at 
Hickleton, aged 
68, 1 1 January, 
bur. there 18 
January 1841. 
M.L 



A 



William Busfeild of Upvvood=(^aroline, born 
(son of Johnson Atkinson i6Marchi773; 
of Leeds, M.D., who took marr. 13 May 
the name of Busfeild); iSoo; died 8 
born at Myrtle Grove, October 1839. 
in Bingley, co. York, 12 
February 1773 ; of Queen's 
College, Cambridge ; M.P. 
for Bradford 25 July 1S37 
to 23 June 1 84 1 and 
16 September 1841 until 
death ; J. P. and D.L. for 
West Riding, co. York ; died 
s.p. at 15 Bury Street, St. 
James,' London, 11 Sep- 
tember 1 85 1. 



{For issue see " Visitation of Engla?id 
and Wales" Vol. X., page IJ2.) 



John Wood, bapt. at 
Barnsley, co. York, 9 
August 1 701. 



Lindley Wood, bapt. at Barnsley Eleanor Wood, Sarah Wood, 
2 January i7of; bur. there 18 died in infancy. living 10 April 
December 171 1. 1720. 



.... Cornwall, = 
Alderman of Hull, 
CO. York. 



=Elizabeth, living George Wheatley, son of John Wheatley^EIeanor, living 
10 April 1720. of Royston, co. York, by Hannah 10 April 1720. 
HoUingworth his wife. 



Richard Mawhood=f=Jane, mentioned in Anne Wood. 



of Ardsley, 
York. 



her father's will 10 
April 1720; living 
24 May 1789. 



A 



P'rances Wood, 
not 21, 10 April 
1720; living 24 
May 1789. 



Caroline Wood, not 
21, 10 April 1720 ; 
executrix to will of 
her brother Henry 
1 June 1747. 



John Wood, bapt. at Barnsley 
19 August 1734; killed in 
Nova Scotia 5 June 1760. 



Elizabeth Wood, mentioned in will of 
her brother Henry 24 May 1789; 
died 18 November 1803. 



Maria Dorothea Wood, 
bur. at Barnsley 31 
August 1759. 



Henry Wood, born 
26 January 1776; 
Major 3rd Dragoons. 



Charles Armstrong= 
of Twyford, co. 
Berks, esquire. 



^Dorothea, born Elizabeth, born 8 December 
8 August 1777. 1778; died in February 1845. 
She married Edward O'Reilly. 




Pedigree of Blackburne. 



Blackburne. 

[Vol. lo, [). 142.] 

William lilackburne of Newton, in Makeificl(l,=j=Elizabt.-tli Kitchin, 

CO. Lancaster, yeoman (eldest son of John 

Blackburne of Sandholme Milne, in Tarnicar, 

CO. Lancaster); died before 7 January 161 2. 

Will dated [9 December 1616, proved at 

Chester \i February 161". 



dau. of William 
Kitchin of Forton, 
CO. Lancaster. 



Richard Blackburne of=f=JaneAynesworth, 



Thistleton, co. Lancaster, 
yeoman ; executor to wills of 
his father 12 F'ebruary 161", 
and his sister Elizabeth 10 
April 16 19; entered on roll 
of the Preston Guild 2 Sep- 
tember 1622 ; died 14 May 
1 64 1. Will dated 12 May 
1641, proved at Richmond. 
Inq. p. m. taken at Lancaster 
10 September 1641 {Due. 
Lane, Vol. 2T, No. Si). 



dau. of John 
Aynesworth of 
Newton ; living 
8 January 161^. 



Thomas Blackburne of Latch 
ford, CO. Chester, geni ; executor 
to wills of his father 1 2 February 
16 1», and his sister Elizabeth 
10 April 16x8 ; fined for knight- 
hood I October 1631 ; died 31 
March, bur. at Grap])enhall, co. 
Chester, i ."Xpril i')33. Will 
dated 30 March 1633, proved 
at Chester 8 April 1633. Inq. 
p. m. taken at Chester ro Sep- 
tember 1633 (Clifster, File 102, 
N,: 2). 



=j=Jane Parr, mar- 
riage licence 
(Chester) dated 
I March 161 i ; 
executrix to her 
husiiand's will 8 
April 1633. She 
married istly 
William Hall of 
Latchford. 



A 



Humphrey Nichol-= 
son of Lancaster, 
yeoman ; bur. at 
Lancaster 17 Octo- 
ber 1632. Will dated 
4 October 1632, 
proved at Rich- 
mond. He married 
istly Dorothy Cook, 
bur. at Lancaster 23 
November 161 9. /|\ 



=Anne, named 
executrix to 
her husband's 
will 4 October 
1632 ; bur. at 
Lancaster 1 6 
March i66f 
2nd wife. 



John Blackburne of=j=Clemence, 

Eccleston, Newton and living 1 2 

Stockenbridge, in Tarnicar, May 1 64 1 . 

all CO. Lancaster, yeoman ; 

entered on roll of the 

Preston (iuild 2 September 

1622 ; aged 44, 14 May 

1641; living 28 July 1647; 

died before 11 April 1651, 

bur. at St. Michael-on-Wyre, 

CO. Lancaster. /|\ 



Thomas = 
Standish, 
living 12 
May 1641. 



^Elizabeth, 
living 12 
May 1 641. 



Richard Blackburne=j=AnneParr, niarr. 



of Goosnargh, co 
Lancaster ; entered 
on roll of the Preston 
Guild 2 September 
1622, 29 August 1642 
and I September 
1662 ; living 20 
March i66|. /^ 



at Grappenhall 
13 April 1623, 
marriage licence 
(Chester) dated 
10 April ; living 
20 March i66f. 



Thomas Blackburne of Orford and= 
Newton, CO. Lancaster, gent ; bapt. 
9 June 1604; named overseer 
to will of his uncle Thomas 30 
March 1633 ; entered on roll of 
the Preston Guild 2 September 
1622, 29 August 1642, and i 
September 1662 ; died, aged 58, 
before 29 October 1663, bur. at 
Winwick. Will dated 20 March 
i66f, proved at ("hester 9 August 
1664. 



=Margaret Norris, dau. 
and sole heir of Robert 
Norris of Bolton, co. 
Lancaster, by Isabel 
his 2nd wife : marr. at 
Grappenhall in April 
1626, marriage licence 
(Chester) dated 8 April ; 
aged 28 and more 26 
F'ebruary 163!^; execu- 
trix to her husband's will 
9 August 1664. 



Thomas Blackburne of Orford and Newton ; 
entered on roll of the Preston (luild 29 August 
1642 and I September 1662 ; aged 30 in 1664 ; 
executor to his father's will 9 August 1664 ; died in 
1670. Administration granted at Chester (now lost). 



Richard Blackburne, 
entered on roll of 
the Preston Guild 29 
August 1642, 



Robert Blackburne, 
entered on roll of 
the Preston Guild 29 
August 1642. 



^3,i 



Elizabeth Blackbume, men- Alice Blackburne, mentioned Isabel, mentioned Anne, mentioned 

tioned in her father's will ig in wills of her father 19 De- in her father's in her father's 

December 1616; died before cember 1616', and her sister will 19 December will 19 December 

3 March i6i|. Will dated Elizabeth 8 January 16 1|; 16 16; living 8 1616; living 8 

8 January i6ii, proved at died before 12 May 1641. January i6t|^. January i6rj^. 
Chester 10 April 1618. 



Edward Blackburne of Stockenbridge, in Garstang, co. Lancaster ;=j=Grace, living 12 May 



entered on roll of the Preston Guild 2 September 1622, 29 August 1642 
and I September 1662 ; Catholic recusant at St. Michael-on Wyre, co. 
Lancaster, 164L Administration granted at Garstang 31 March 1670 
(Arch : of Richmond). /j\ 



1641 ; administratrix to 
her husband 31 March 
1670. 



Bridget Bloomfield,= 
dau. of Thomas 
Bloomfield of Little 
Leigh, CO. Chester, 
ist wife. 



=Jonathan Blackburne of Orford and: 
Newton, in Winwick, co. Lancaster, 
esquire; born in 1646; entered on roll 
of the Preston Guild i September 1662 ; 
mentioned in his father's will 20 March 
i66|; died 20 February, bur. at Winwick 
22 February 172I. Will dated 25 May 
1 72 1, with codicil dated 13 February 
1724, proved at Chester 2 June 1725. 



=Anne Lever, dau. of Thomas Lever ; 
died, aged 77, 20 September 1732, 
bur. at Leeds, co. York. M.L She 
married istly Christopher Lockwood 
of Leeds, who was bur. at Leeds 
4 February i68|. 2nd wife. 



Thomas Patten of Warrington, co. Lancaster, =i=Margaret, marr. 20 July 1686; 



gent; bapt. at Warrington 2 August 1662; died 
in 1726, bur. at Warrington. 



living 16 May 172; 
Warrington. 



bur. at 



Catherine 

Blackburne. 



/N 



.1 
Rev. Henry Richmond, bapt. at Liverpool i5==Bridget, marr. 13 



April 1674; of Brasenose College, O.xford, 
matriculated 11 March 169^, aged 17, B.A. 
1695 ; Vicar of Garstang, co. Lancaster, 4 April 
1698 to 1 7 12, Rector of Mediety of Liverpool 
17 May 1706; bur. in St. Nicholas' Church, 
Liverpool, 16 July 1721. Administration 
granted at Chester in 1721. He married 2ndly 
. . . Langley. zv 



April 1697 ; died 
at Orford, co. 
Lancaster, 28 
November 1702, 
bur. at Winwick, 
CO. Lancaster. 
I St wife. 



Samuel Blin- = 
ston, died 
before 2 5 
May 1 7 2 1 . 



=Martha, men- 
tioned in her 
father's will 
25 May I 721 ; 
living 16 May 
1722. 



A 



Thomas Black- John Blackburne of Orford Hall,= 
burne ; died in esquire ; of Brasenose College, Ox- 
India, ford, matriculated 8 April 1712, aged 
17 ; admitted to tlie Middle Temple 
1 7 12; executor to his father's will 
2 June 1725; High Sheriff for co. Lancaster 1743; 
died, aged 93, 20 December 1786, bur. at Winwick. 
Will dated 21 October 1782, with codicils dated 24 
September 1784 and 11 February 1785, proved at 
Chester 25 January 1787. Portrait by Dance at 
Hale, CO. Lancaster. (.See ''■Dictionary of National 
Biography" Vol. /'., page 123.) 



=Catherine Ashton, dau. and 
coheir of the Rev. William 
Ashton, B.D., Rector of 
I'restwich, CO. Lancaster, by 
Martha his wife, dau. of the 
Rev. Stephen Gey, Vicar of 
Whalley, co. Lancaster ; 
marr. at Winwick in 17 19; 
died 27 June 1740, bur. at 
Winwick. Portrait at Hale. 



Jonathan 
Blackburne. 



134 



Robert ]3Iackburne of Thistleton, co.=j=Elizabeth Longworth, dau. of Ralph Longworth of 



Lancaster; entered on roll of the Preston 
Guild 2 September 1622; living 12 May 
1641 ; died before 29 August 1642. 



Tarnicar Hall, in Upper Rawcliffe, co. Lancaster, by 
Agnes his wife, dau. of Thomas Kitchin. She married 
zndly Thomas Beck of Kirkland, co. Lancaster. 



A 



John Blackburne of Liverpool, gent ; entered on roll 
of the Preston Guild i September 1662; mentioned 
in his father's will 20 March i66|; executor to will 
of his brother Jonathan 2 June 1725. Will dated 16 
May 1722, proved at Chester 15 May 1727. 



Charles Black- 
burne, died 
young before 
20 March i66f. 



Jane, married Captain 
Widdowes of Lowton, 
CO. Lancaster. 

A 



Thomas Blackburne of Orford= 
Hall, CO. Lancaster; born 19 
May, bapt. at Warrington, co. 
Lancaster, 9 June 1720; of 
Queen's College, Oxford, ma- 
triculated 4 April 1739; High 
Sheriff of co. Lancaster 1763; 
died 15 January 1768, bur. at 
Hale. Portrait at Hale. 



'Ireland Green, dau. and coheir of Isaac Green of Childwall 
and Hale, co. Lancaster \_Portrait {1 by Hogarth) at Hale\ by 
Mary his wife, dau. and heir of Edward Aspinwall of Hale ; 
marr. at Hale 28 January 1752, marriage settlements dated 
22 January; executrix to will of her daughter Mary 21 
February 1780; died, aged 67, 19 August 1795, bur. at Hale. 
\V\\\ dated 31 December 1787, with codicil dated 4 April 
1793, proved at Chester 19 December 1795. Portrait., />v 
HuiisoH, at Hale. 

E 



John Blackburne of Orford Hall and Hale,= 
F.R.S. ; born at Hale 5 August 1754; of 
Queen's College, Oxford, matriculated 26 Oc- 
tober 1772; High Sheriff for co. Lancaster 
1781 ; M.P. for CO. Lancaster 13 April 1784 
to July 1830; executor to wills of his grand- 
father 25 January 1787, and his mother 19 
December 1795; died at Park Street. 
Westminster, 11 April 1833, bur. at Hale. 
M.I. Will dated 8 February 1823, with 
codicil dated 30 April 1829, proved 4 June 
1833 (P.C.C. 352 Farijuhar). Portrait by 
George Romney, R.A., at Hale Hall. 



=Anne Rodbard, dau. of Samuel Mary Black- 

Rodbard of Evercreech, co. burneofHale; 

Somerset; marr. at Queen's born in 1757; 

Square Chapel, Bath, CO. Somer- died in 1780. 

set, 19 April 1781 ; died, aged Will dated 

70, at Hale Hall 7 January 1823, 12 November 

bur. at Hale. M.I. Portrait 1779, proved 

by Romney, also a Miniature at Chester 2 1 

ivith Gilbert as a baby {1800), February 1780. 
by Mrs. Mee, at Hale. 



John Ireland Blackburne of Orford Hall= 
and Hale Hall, co. Lancaster ; born 26 
May 1783; of Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 23 April 1801, created 
M.A. IS June 1803; J.P. and D.L. 
for CO. Lancaster; M.P. for Newton 

8 May 1807 to 10 June 1818, and for 
Warrington 7 January 1835 to 23 July 
1847 ; executor to his father's will 
4 June 1833; died at Hale Hall 27 
January 1874, bur. at Hale. M.I. Will 
dated 5 December 1867, with codicil 
dated 16 April 1870, proved at Liverpool 

9 March 1874. 



-Anne Bamford, dau. 
of William Bamford 
of Bamford Hall, co. 
Lancaster, by Anne 
his wife, only dau. of 
Thomas Blackburne 
of Orford Hall {see 
page IJ7) ■ marr. at 
Knutsford, co. Ches- 
ter, 13 April 1811 ; 
died, aged 70, in 
London, 20 July, 
bur. at Hale 25 July 
1861. M.I. 



George John=i=Mary, born in 



4\ 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and 
Wales," Vol. X., page 142.) 



Legh of High 
Legh, CO. Ches- 
ter, esquire ; 
Sheriff of co. 
Chester 1805 ; 
died, aged 64, 
at High Legh 
17 March 1832. 



Chester 1 1 
March 1785; 
marr. by special 
licence at Hale 
14 July 1S03. 



A 



35 



John Clifton, brother of=-f=Isabel, marr. 



Sir Thomas Clifton of 
Clifton, CO. Nottingham, 
baronet. 2nd husband. 



I stly George 
Parkinson of 
Fairsnape. 



/K 



John Bretberton of=^Margaret. 
Hay, CO. Lancaster ; 
aged 41, 16 March 
1664. 



Catherine, not 
21, 20 March 



i66f. 



/N 



Jonathan Blackburne of Liverpool, esquire; 
born in 1721 ; of Queen's College, Oxford, 
matriculated 17 March i74y, aged 19, 
B.C.L. 1747; executor to will of his 
niece Mary 21 February 1780. Will dated 
19 October 1784, proved at Chester 20 
December 1784. Portraii at Hale, co. 
Lancaster. 



John Blackburne of Liverpool, nierchant,=j=Dorothy 
Alderman of Liverpool; born in 1723; Barratt. 
Mayor of Liverpool 1760 ; died, aged 68, 
23 August 1789. Will with three codicils 
dated 17 June 1779 to 21 August 1789, 
proved at Chester 7 June 1790, by John 
and Thomas Blackburne, sons. Portrait 
at Hah. )^ 



Rev. Thomas Blackburne, D.C.L., Warden of the Collegiate=f=Margaret Brooke, dau. of Sir 



Church, Manchester ; of Brasenose College, Oxford, matriculated 
26 October 1776, aged 18, B.A. 1781, M.A. and B.C.L. 1794, 
D.C.L. 1801 ; Perpetual Curate of Thelwall, co. Chester, 
October 1782, Vicar of Weaverham, co. Chester, 12 April 1796; 
executor to his mother's will 19 December 1795 ; Warden of 
Manchester 12 July 1800; died, aged 66, 10 January 1823, 
bur. at Hale. M.L 



Richard Brooke of Norton 
Priory, co. Chester, baronet, 
by Frances his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Patten of Bank, co. 
Lancaster, esquire ; marr. at 
Runcorn, co. Chester, 1 1 
April 1783. 



Margaret. Rev. Peter Leigh, Rector of Lymm, co.=Mary, marr. at Dares- 
Chester ; born 19 August, bapt. at bury, co. Chester, 10 
Goostrey, co. Chester, 25 October 1782 ; 
Rector of Lymm 10 November 1806; 
died 10 March 185 1, bur. at Lymm. 
M.L He married 2ndly Jane, dau. of 
Harriot Steward of Watford. 



November 181 2 ; died, 
aged 30, 19 July 1819, 
bur. at Lymm. M.L 
I St wife. 



Anne, married 
Ralph Peters. 



Edwin Corbett= 
of Darnhall, 
CO. Chester, 
esquire; Major 
RoyalCheshire 
Militia 1 3 April 
1806; living in 
1838- 



= Anna, marr. 
in 181 1. 



A 



Elizabeth Black- Rev. Thomas Blackburne, =j=Emma Anne Has 

burne, born 13 Rector of Prestwich, co. Lan- | keth, youngest 

July 1789; died caster; born in Park Street, 

at 22 Wilton Westminster, 29 December 

Street, Belgrave 1790; of Brasenose College, 

Square, London, Oxford, matriculated 12 April 

15 May 1870. 1809, B.A. 1814, M.A. 1815; 
Vicar of Eccles, co. Lan- 
caster, 1818-36, Rector of 
Prestwich i February 1837 ; 
died suddenly, aged 57, at 
Toxteth Park, Liverpool, 5 
August 1847. /)\ 



dau. of Henry 
Hesketh of New- 
ton, CO. Chester ; 
marr. 2 Septem- 
ber 1819 ; living 
in 1847. 



136 



Richard Houghton=j=Anne.=John Barker Alice. Helen. Mary. Lydia. 



of Middlcton; marr. 
after 20 March i66§. 
I St husband. 



As 



of Latchford, 
CO. Chester, 
gent. 2nd 
husband. 



Hester, marr. 
after 20 March 
i66|, (?)... 
Holland of 
Sutton. _ 



William Blackburne of Hunslet=j=Mary Preston, dau. Mary, died Ashton Blackburne, 



Lane, Leeds, co. York, esquire ; 
executor to will of his brother 
Jonathan 20 December 1784. Will 
dated 4 January 1790, proved at 
York 30 October 1793 (Vol. 137, 
fo- 555)- Portrait at Halt. 



of William Preston young. Por- died in America in 
of Leeds, gent; trait at Hale. 1787, bur. at Non- 
marr. in 1762; walk. New York, 

executrix to her 
husband's will 30 
October 1793. 



A 



James Blackburne. 



Anna Blackburne of Fairfield, in Warrington, co. Lancaster ; executrix to 
will of her brother Jonathan 20 December 1784; died at Fairfield 
30 December 1793. Will dated 7 February 1792, proved at Chester 
6 January 1794. Portrait at Hale. {See '■Dictionary of National 
Biography" Vol. V., page 121.) 



Isaac Blackburne of Mill Bank, near=j=Alice Kerfoot, 
Warrington, co. Lancaster ; born 26 sister and heir 
November 1759; educated at Man- of Walter Ker- 
chester Grammar School, admitted 26 foot of Mill 
June 1776, and at Oriel College, Bank, near War- 
Oxford, matriculated 26 October 1778, rington ; marr. 
B.A. 1782, M.A. 1785; High Sheriff 13 June 1793. 
for CO. Lancaster 1803; Captain in Lord 
Stanley's Royal Lancashire Militia ; 
died 17 December 1830. Miniature 
b\ Cosivay at Hale. A\ 



William Bamford= 
of Bamford, co. 
Lancaster ; died 
in 1806. 



=Anne, not 21, 12 
November 1779; 
marr. at Hale 3 
August 1 786; died, 
aged 62, 6 January 
1826, bur. at Hale. 
Miniature by Cos- 
way at Hale. 



A 



Harriot Blackburne, 
born at Park .Street, 
^Vestminster, 26 April 
1 794 ; died, aged 
83, in Buckingham 
Palace Road, London, 
13 February 1877. 



Rev. Gilbert Rodbard Blackburne,= 
Rector of Long Ashton, co. Somer- 
set ; bapt. 15 May 1800; of 
Magdalene College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1824, M.A. 1828; Rector of 
Long Ashton 1841 ; died at Long 



Ashton 25 September 1883. 



^Charlotte Catherine Frances 
Burgoyne, dau. of Major-General 
Sir Montagu Roger Burgoyne of 
Sutton Park, co. Bedford, baronet ; 
marr. 9.'\ugust 1832; died, aged 62, 
at Long Ashton 14 January 1883. 



A 



137 



Sefton. 

[Vol. 10, p. 156, 



Pedigree of Molyneux. 



Sir Thomas Molyneux, knight banneret (son= 
and heir of Sir Richard Molyneux of 
Sefton, CO. Lancaster, knight, by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of Thomas, 1st Lord Stanley) ; 
made knight banneret in Scotland by the 
Duke of Gloucester 24 July 1482 ; died 
in 1 49 1. 



=Anne Dutton, dau. and coheir of Thomas Uutton 
of i)utton, CO. Lancaster, by Anne his wife, dau. 
of James, Lord Audley ; marr. before i October 
1472, date of marriage settlements; died 22 
October 1520. Will dated 18 October 1520. 
Inq. p. m. taken at Chorley 29 September 1521 
{Due. Lane, Vol. j, No. jp). 



jane Rugge, dau.= 
and heir of 
Richard Rugge of 
Rugge, CO. Salop, 
by Margaret his 
wife, dau. and 
heir of John 
Sheen, ist wife. 



=Sir William Molyneux of Sefton, = 
knight ; aged 42 and more 29 
September 1521; distinguished at 
battle of Flodden 9 September 
1513; died, aged 65, 16 March 
i54g-, bur. at Sefton. M.L Inq. 
p. m. taken at Ormskirk 21 April 
1548 {Due. Lane, Vol. p, JVos. 2 
and 6). 



^Elizabeth Clifton, dau. and heir of 
Cuthbert Clifton of Clifton, co. Lan- 
caster, esquire, by Alice his wile, dau. 
and coheir of Sir John Lawrence of 
Ashton, CO. Lancaster ; aged 9 years and 
more on her father's death 14 August 
1512; died 5 June 1547. (?) She married 
istly Sir Richard Hesketh of Rufford, co. 
Lancaster, knight. 2nd wife. 



Thomas Moly-= 
neux of Clifton, 
esquire; aged 2 1 
years, 9 months 
and 8 days 21 
April 1548. 



=Cecily Osbaldiston, 
(?) dau. of Alexander 
Osbaldiston of Os- 
baldiston, CO. Lan- 
caster, esquire, by 
Maud his wife, dau. 
of Sir Thomas 
Halsall. 



Henry Halsall of Halsall,= 
CO. Lancaster, esquire ; 
died in December 1576, 
bur. in the chancel of 
Halsall Church. Inq. 
p. m. taken at Wigan 
13 August 1577 {Due. 
Lane, Vol. ij. No. J4). 



=Anne, marr. 
in 1525. Will 
dated 18 June 
1589, proved 
at Chester 10 
July 1589. 



Margaret. 



A 



Eleanor Radcliffe, dau.= 
of Sir Alexander Rad- 
cliffe of Ordsall, co. 
Lancaster, by Alice his 
wife, dau. of Sir John 
Booth of Barton, co. 
Lancaster, ist wife. 



I 
=Sir Richard Molyneux of= 
Sefton ; aged 29 and more 
21 April 1548; knighted 
at the Coronation of 
Queen Mary 2 October 
1553; Sheriff of CO. Lan- 
caster 1556; died in 1568, 
bur. at Sefton. M.I. 



J 



=Eleanor MaghuU, dau. of Robert Maghull 
of Maghull, CO. Lancaster, esquire, by 
Alice his wife, dau. of Roger Fazakerly 
of Fa/.akerley, co. Lancaster ; (?) bur. 
at Walton, co. Lancaster, 15 January 
i6i|. (?) She married 2ndly William 
More of Bank Hall, co. Lancaster, 
esquire. 2nd wife. 



Thomas Molyneux, 
(?) of Gray's Inn, 
admitted 2 Feb- 
ruary i58«. (?)Will 
proved at Chester 
in 159.3 



Robert Moly- 
neux. 



John Moore of Bank=i=Eleanor, bur. 



Hall (son of William 
Moore, by Jane his 
ist wife, dau. of James 
Lightowlers); aged 38 
23 August 1604. /(\ 



at Walton-on- 
the-Hill, CO. 
Lancaster, 29 
May 1593. 



Anthony Moly- 
neux, died at 
San Dominica 
in 1586. 



William Molyneux,=j=Bridget Caryll, dau. of John Caryll of Warnham, co. Sussex, esquire ; 



died at Halsall 
1567- 



(?) She married 2ndly Richard Radcliffe of Newcroft, co. Lancaster. 



138 



Edward Molyneux, Rector of Preston, co. 
Lancaster ; named executor to his mother's 
will 1 8 October 1520; received lands in 
Kingsley, &c., co. Chester, by grant from 
his mother dated 12 July 1504; Rector of 
Sefton, CO. Lancaster; died 14 August 1535. 
Inq. p. m. taken at Chester 20 January 
153I {Chester, File 66, No. 14). 



Robert Foulshurst of Crew,=j=Joan, died 30 Novem- 



co. Chester, esquire ; died 
9 September 15x3. Inq. 
p. m. taken at Chester 15 
September 15 14 {Chester, 
File 61, No. 10). 



ber 1520. Inq. p. m. 
taken at Nantwich 20 
June 1 52 1 {Chester, 
File 62, No. ig). 



A 



Alexander Standish of= 
Standish, co. Lancaster, 
esquire; died 17 June 
1539. Will dated 16 
June 1539, proved 11 No- 
vember 1539 (P.C.C. 33 
Dyngeley). Inq. p. m. 
taken at Warrington 6 
October 1539 {Due. Lane., 
Vol. 8, fo. 22). A 



=Anne, married Richard Bold of Bold, in Prescot, co.= 
in 1518. Lancaster, esquire; died 13 August 1558. 

Inq. p. m. taken at Preston 2 October 
1560 {Due. Lane, Vol. 11, No. 13). 
He married 2ndly Elizabeth, dau. of Sir 
Thomas Gerard of Bryn, co. Lancaster, 
knight {see Pedigree of Gerard, Vol. VLLL, 
page 188) ; and 3rdly Margaret, dau. of 
William Wodfall. 



=Jane. 

I St 

wife. 



A 



Richard Molyneux (?) of Curnscowe, co. Lancaster, =j=Anne Molyneux, dau. of John Molyneux 



esquire; (?) M.P. for Liverpool 156! ; mentioned 
in will of his brother-in-law, James Prescott, 
6 February 158! ; living in 1600. 



of Melling, co. Lancaster, esquire, by Alice 
his wife, dau. of Thomas Ashton of 
Croxton, CO. Lancaster, esquire. 



/Ts 



Sir Richard Molyneux of Sefton, knight and baronet ; (?) of= 
University College, Oxford, matriculated 20 December 1577, 
aged 18; succeeded his grandfather in 1568, then aged 8; 
knighted at Greenwich 24 June 1586; M.P. for co. Lancaster 
1595, and again 13 February 160J; Sheriff of co. Lancaster 
1588 and 1596; created a baronet at the institution of the 
order 22 May 161 1; died at Sefton 24 February, bur. there 
8 February i62|. Will dated r April 1618, proved 18 December 
1623 (P.C.C. 128 Swann). Inq. p. m. taken at Lancaster 
28 August 1623 {Due. Lane, Vol. 24, No. S~). 



=Frances Gerard, sister of 
Thomas, 1st Lord Gerard, 
and dau. of Sir Gilbert 
Gerard of Sudbury, co. Suf- 
folk, Master of the Rolls, by 
Anne his wife, dau. of Thomas 
Ratcliffe ; marr. in 1590; 
bur. at Sefton 19 February 
162". 



139 



James Butler of Rawcliffe, co. Lancaster,=j=Elizabeth, marriage settlements 



esquire; aged 20 in 1488; died 4 
November 1504. 



dated 15 January nfj^; died 
27 November 1508. 



A 



John Molyneux of Newhall, co.^ 
Lancaster, esquire ; M.P. for Liverpool 
14 September 1585 ; died before 24 
June 1606. Will dated 17 March 
i6of, proved at Chester i September 
1606. 



=Anne Ratcliffe, dau. of Richard 
Radcliffe of Langley, co. 
Lancaster ; executrix to her 
husband's will i September 
1606. 



Alexander Molyneux, 
(?) Rector of \\'aIton, 
CO. Lancaster i No- 
vember 1565 ; living 6 
February 158^. 



A\ 



John Molyneux of Barton-on-Irwell, in Eccles,= 
CO. Lancaster, esquire ; of Brasenose College, 
Oxford, matriculated 8 December 1578, aged 15; 
of Gray's Inn, admitted 30 January 1582; died 
at Dalton-in-Furness, co. Lancaster, 27 November 
1596. Inq. p. m. taken at Ormskirk 22 August 
1597 (Due. La7ic., Vol. //, No. 24). 



=Dorothy Booth, dau. and coheir of John Booth 
of Barton, co. Lancaster, esquire, by Ellen his 
2nd wife, dau. of Sir Peter Legh of Lyme, co. 
Chester; aged 12 years and more at her 
father's death 9 August 1576 ; bur. at Eccles 
9 January i62|. She married 2ndly Edward 
Dukenfield. 



Bridget, aged 9 
years, 8 months 
and 5 days 22 
August 1597. 



Richard Molyneux, 
bapt. at Eccles 1 1 
March 158!; bur. 
there 21 April 
following. 



Francis Molyneux, 
bapt. at Eccles i 
April, bur. there 
I r April 1591. 



John Molyneux, 
bur. at Eccles 15 
January 159 J. 



Helen Molyneux, 
bapt. at Eccles 30 
November 1595 ; 
died in infancy. 



Fleetwood Barton, dau.= 
and heir of Richard 
Barton of Barton, co. Lan- 
caster, esquire; born 19 
June 1595 ; marr. at 
Sefton, CO. Lancaster, 5 
September 1599; aged 
8 years, 6 months and 15 
days 3 January i6of; 
divorced 15 February 160^, 
by Consistory Court of 
Chester. She afterward.s 
married istly Richard 
Shuttleworth of (lawthorpe, 
CO. York, and 2ndly Thomas 
Stanley of Eccleston, co. 
Lancaster, esquire. 



=Sir Richard Molyneux, Viscount Molyneux ;= 
bapt. at \Valton, co. Lancaster, 2 1 February 
'59j ; aged 29 years and more 28 August 
1623; of Brasenose College, Oxford, ma- 
triculated 24 November 1609, aged 15; 
of Gray's Inn, admitted 28 February 16 if; 
knighted at Whitehall 27 ^L^rch 1613; 
M.P. for Wigan 161 4, and for co. Lan- 
caster 9 May 1625 and lo March 162!^; 
succeeded his fatlier as 2n(l baronet 24 
February 1 62I ; created Viscount Molyneux 
of Maryborough in the Peerage of Ireland 
22 December 1628; died at Sefton 8 May 
1636, bur. there. Will dated i April 1636, 
proved 23 May 1637 (P.C.C. 66 Goare). 
Inc). p. m. taken at Ormskirk 20 September 
1636 (Due. Lane, Vol. 2J, No. §g). 

140 



=Mary Caryll, dau. and 
coheir of Sir Thomas 
Caryll of Bentons, co. 
Sussex, knight, by Mary 
his wife, dau. of Sir 
John Tufton, baronet ; 
bapt. at Harting, co. 
Sussex, 1 2 August 1596; 
maniage settlements 
dated 7 December 
1614. Administration 
granted 18 July 1639 
(P.C.C.) Slie married 
2ndly Raphael Tar- 
tereau. Carver to the 
Queen Consort. 



Thomas Molyneux,= 
2nd son of Sir 
Edmund Molyneux 
of Thorpe, co. 
Nottingham, K.B. 
(Visitation of 1567). 
3rd husband. 



=Jane ; married 

istly Thomas 
Stanley, and 
2ndly William 
Radcliffe. 



James Prescott of Driby, co. Lincoln,=j=Alice, died 1 1 
esquire; purchased manor of Driby May 1581, 
I March 15H; died i March 158I. bur. at Driby. 
Will dated 6 February i58f, proved 1st wife. 
4 April 1584 (P.C.C. 34 BuUs). Inq. 
p. m. taken at Alford 29 April 1584 
(C. Fo/. 20J, No. i8j). He married 
2ndly Agnes. ^ 



Francis Sutton of Sutton, co. Chester, esquire ,-=f=Ellen, bur. at Macclesfield, co. Chester, 



aged 30, 4 June 1582; died 13 April 1584. Will 
dated 31 March and 9 April 1584. Inq. p. m. 
taken at Macclesfield 17 June 1584 {Chester, 
File 81, No. p). /\ 



in 1637. She married 2ndly Nicholas 
Sutton of Aram, co. Nottingham, 
esquire. 



Sir William Norreys of Speke, co. Lancaster, K.B. ; created K.B. at the Coronation=pEleanor. 
of King James I. 25 July 1603. Will dated 23 October 1630, proved at York | 
25 November 1630 (Vol. 41, fo. 242). ^f^ 



I 
Sir Vivian Molyneux, of Brasenose College, Oxford, matriculated 24 November 1609, aged 14, 
B.A. 1612; of Gray's Inn, admitted 2 February i5i^; knighted at Berwick 26 July 1639; 
Lieut.-Colonel in the expedition under the Earl of Northumberland 1640; entered on the 
roll of the Preston Guild in 1602, 1622 and 1642. 



Sir Richard Molyneux, Viscount Molyneux ;= 
succeeded his father as 2nd Viscount 8 May 
1636; aged 17 years, 4 months and 20 
days 20 September 1636; Officer in the 
Royalist Army, comprised in the surrender 
of Ludlow 27 May 1646; died at Croxteth, 
CO. Lancaster, bur. at Sefton, co. Lancaster, 
2 July 1654. Administration granted 28 
November 1654 (P.C.C.) 



=Lady Frances Se\niour, dau. of \Villiani, 2nd 
Duke of Somerset, by Lady Frances Devereux 
his 2nd wife, dau. of Robert, 2nd Earl of Essex ; 
marr. at Essex House, Strand, London, 28 
October 1652, marriage settlements dated 27 
October ; bur. in Westminster Abbey 5 January 
168 J. Administration granted 11 February 168^ 
(P.C.C.) She married 2ndly Thomas, 4th Earl 
of Southampton, and 3rdly Conyers, 2nd Earl of 
Holdernesse. 



141 



I 

Thomas Dalton of=f=Ann, died=j=John Westby of Molbrecke, in Kirkham, co. Lancaster ; 



Thurnham, co. Lan- 
caster, gent ; marr. 
before lo January 
i57f, date of mar- 
riage settlements ; 
died before 1 2 
September 1578. 
1st husband. 



A 



before 29 aged 27 in 1556; marr. at Molbrecke 15 August 1579; 
November died there 29 November, bur. at Kirkham 30 November 
1591. 1591- Will dated 23 November 1591. Inq. p. m. taken 

at Preston 20 December 1591 {Dice. Lane, Vol. ij, No. 6). 

He married istly Margaret, dau. of Andrew Barton of 

Smithells, co. Lancaster, esquire, and 2ndly Catherine, dau. 

of Sir Thomas Southworth of Samlesbury, co. Lancaster, 

knight. 2nd husband. 



A 



John Warren of Poynton, co. Chester, esquire (2nd son of Sir Edward Warren=f=Margaret, bur. 
of Poynton, knight, whom he succeeded to the exclusion of his elder brother at Stockport 
Francis); Sheriff of co. Chester 1577 ; died 7 December, bur. at Stockport, co. 21 June 16 17. 
Chester, 14 December 1587. Will dated in October 1587, proved at Chester 
23 December 1587. Inq. p. m. taken at Stockport 12 April 1588 {Due. La?ie., 
Vol. 82, No. 7). /^ 



Gilbert Molyneux, entered on the roll of the 
Preston Guild 1602 ; mentioned in his 
father's will i April i5i8. 



Adam Molyneu.x, mentioned in his father's 
will I April 1618; entered on the roll of the 
Preston Guild 1622. 



Sir Caryll Molyneux, Viscount Molyneux ; aged 4i=j=Mary Barlow, dau. of Sir Alexander Barlow 



in 1665 ; served with distinction at the siege of 
Liverpool in June 1644 ; Lord Lieutenant for co. 
Lancaster ; died at Croxteth, co. Lancaster, aged 
77, 2 February 169I, bur. at Sefton, co. Lancaster. 



of Barlow, co. Lancaster, knight, by Dorothy 
his 2nd wife, dau. of Sir Thomas Gresley, 
baronet; died 6 February 166.', bur. at 
Sefton. M.L 



Richard Molyneux,^Lady Mary Herbert, dau. of William, 1st Marquess of Caryll Moly- 
aged 16, 10 April Powis, by Lady Elizabeth Somerset his wife, dau. of neux, died 
1665. Edward, 2nd Marquess of Worcester; died 30 October young before 

1744, bur. in the church of the English Augustine Nuns ioAprili665. 

at Bruges. M.L Will dated 23 May 1738, proved 31 

October 1745 (P.C.C. 278 Seymer). She tnarried 2ndly 

Francis, 4th Viscount Montagu. 



142 



Sir John Byron of Nevvstead Abbey, co. Nottingham, and of Clayton, co. Lancaster, = 
K.B. (3rd son of Sir John Byron of Newstead); created K.B. at the Coronation 
of King James I. 25 July 1603; died 27 September 1625. Will dated 16 
December 1618, proved at York 5 May 1626 (Vol. 39, fo. 413). Intj. \i. m. 
taken at Nottingham 23 August 1626 (C. Vo/. 42^, No. /jp). 



=Anne, living 
23 August 
1626. 



William Molyneux, bapt. at Walton, 
CO. Lancaster, 22 April 162 1; 
entered on the roll of the Preston 
Guild 1622 ; died in childhood. 



Thomas Molyneux, bapt. in 
London 24 June 1622; entered 
on the roll of the Preston Guild 
1622 ; died in childhood. 



Frances Molyneux, 
elilest daughter ; died 
before 8 May 1636. 



Bridget Lucy, dau. and= 
heir of Robert Lucy of 
Charlecote, co. Warwick, 
by Margaret his wife, dau. 
of Thomas Spencer of 
Upton ; died, aged 58, 
23 April, bur. at Sefton, 
CO. Lancaster, 5 May 
1 7 13. 1st wife. 



=Sir William Molyneux, Viscount= 
Molyneux; aged 8, in 1665; 
succeeded his father as 4th 
Viscount 2 February 169^; 
died, aged 62, 8 March, bur. 
at Sefton 12 March 171^. Will 
dated 14 and 15 September 
1 7 16, proved at Chester 10 
February 17 if. 



=Mary Skelton, marr. at Warrington, 
CO. Lancaster, 22 July 17 16; died 
at 22 Hoxton Square, co. Middle- 
sex, I April 1765. Will dated 30 
November 1761, with codicil dated 
27 April 1764, proved 28 June 
1765 (P.C.C. 229 Rushworth). 
She married 2ndly Captain Peter 
Osborne. 2nd wife. 



Sir Richard Molyneux, Viscount= 
Molyneux ; born at Sefton 29 May 
1679; succeeded his father as 5th 
Viscount 8 March i7i|^; died at 
Little Oulton, co. Chester, aged 60, 
12 December, bur. at Sefton 15 
December 1738. Will dated 28 July 
1738, proved at Chester 6 August 
1739- 



=Hon''''= Mary Brudenell, dau. of Francis, Lord Brudenell 
(son and heir apparent of Robert, 2nd Earl of Cardigan), 
by Lady Frances Savile his wife, dau. of James, Earl of 
Sussex; marr. 18 February i7o|, marriage settlements 
dated 17 February; executrix to her husband's will 
6 August 1739 ; died at Woolton, co. Lancaster, 20 Feb- 
ruary 1766. Will dated 18 November 1755, with codicil 
dated 26 March 1759, proved at Chester 12 May 1766. 



William Molyneux, 
died 1 5 February 



1 7 of 



Thomas Clifton of Clifton,=|=Mary, died 8 Feb- 



Westby and Lytham, all co. 
Lancaster, esquire ; born 
30 August 1696; died 16 
December 1734- Will 
proved at Chester in 1736. 
1st husband. /t\ 



ruary 1752. (?) Ad- 
ministration granted 
at Chester in 1753. 



A 



=William Anderton of 
Euxton Hall, co. Lan- 
caster, esquire. Ad- 
ministration granted 
at Chester in 1746. 
2nd husband. 



John Baptist Caryll {jrd Lord Caryll) ; born and bapt. at Harting, co. 
Sussex, 13 January 1716; succeeded his grandfather in April 1736, as 
3rd Baron Caryll of Durford (peerage created by James IL in exile); 
Secretary of State to Prince Charles Edward 1768-77, and by him 
created K.T. ; died at Dunkirk 7 March, bur. there 10 March 1788. 
Will dated 11 April 1785. He married zndly Mary, dau. of John 
Scarisbrick of Garstang, co. Lancaster, surgeon. ■ /(^ 



=Dorothy Frances, 
marriage settle- 
ments dated in 
May 173S ; died in 
November 1760. 



143 



Sir William Dormer (son= 
and heir apparent of Sir 
Robert Dormer, baronet, 
created Baron Dormer 
of U'yng) ; died 22 Oc- 
tober 1 616. Adminis- 
tration granted 19 May 
1617 (P.C.C.) Inq. 
p. m. taken at Ayles- 
bury 16 January i6iy 
(C. Vol. jjS, No. 102). 



=Alice, adminis- Sir Thomas Gerard of Bryn, co.=pFrances, bur. 

tratrix to her Lancaster, knight and baronet ; at Winwick 

husband igMay knighted at Royston 21 March 16 1|; 28 February 

1617 ; died 2 succeeded his father as 2nd baronet 161? 

July 1650. in February 162 J, then aged 36; 

M. P. for Liverpool 12 February i62f; 

died 15 May 1630, bur. at Winwick. 

Funeral certificate dated at Bryn 15 

January 163I-. Liq. p. m. taken at 

Flixton 27 September 1630 {Due. 

Lane, Vol. 26, A''o. S7). He married 

/t\ zndly Dorothy Moore. y^ 

{-For issue see Pedigree of Gerard, 
Vol. VIII., page 1S6.) 



Sir William Stanley of Hooton, co. Chester, baronet; bapt. at=j=Charlotte, died 31 July 1662 
Eastham, co. Chester, 4 September 1633; created a baronet 
17 June 1661 ; bur. at Eastham 30 September 1673. 
Administration granted at Chester in 1675. 




Sir George Selby of=pMary, aged about 5 or 6 years^^Sir Edward Mostyn of Talacre, co. Flint, 

Whitehouse, co. ^ 

Durham, baronet ; 

created a baronet 3 

March 166 J ; died 

in September 1668. 

ist husband. /f\ 



2 February 163!^; bur. at St. 
Giles'-in-the-Fields, London, 
28 January 169^. Adminis- 
tration granted 27 June 1698 
(P.C.C.) 



baronet; created a baronet 28 April 1670. 
He married istly Elizabeth, dau. of 
Robert Downs of Bodney, co. Norfolk, 
and 2ndly Eleanor, dau. of Francis 
Dravcott. 2nd husband. 



Sir Thomas Preston of Furness Manor, co. Lancaster, baronet ;= 
succeeded his brother as 3rd baronet in April 1663 ; entered the 
Society of Jesus 28 June 1674, then aged 31 ; died at Watten, in 
France, aged 66, 27 May 1709. Administration granted in 
1 7 10. He married istly Elizabeth, dau. of Peter de Plauze. 



=Mary, marr. before 1665 ; 
died at Furness 6 June 1673, 
bur. at Heversham, co. 
Westmorland. 2nd wife. 



A 



Sir Caryll Molyneux, Viscount Molyneux ; 
born at Sefton, co. Lancaster, 28 De- 
cember 1683; succeeded his brother as 
6th Viscount 12 December 1738; died 
at Croxteth, co. Lancaster, 1 1 November, 
bur. at Sefton 13 November 1745. Will 
dated 19 July 1744, administration granted 
at Chester 14 February 174^'. 



Sir William Molyneux, Viscount Molyneux ; born 
at Sefton 30 January 168 J; entered the Society 
of Jesus 7 September 1704, professed 2 February 
172^; Rector of the College of St. Aloysius 
t August 1728; succeeded his brother as 7th 
Viscount II November 1745; died at Scholes, 
in Wigan, co. Lancaster, 30 March, bur. at Sefton 
2 .\pril 1759. Will dated 12 June 1752. 



144 



Ralph Standish of Standish, co. Lancaster, esquire; died in 1656. He married=f=Bridget 
istly Frances, dau. of Sir Thomas Gerard of Bryn, co. Lancaster, knight and 2nd wife. 
baronet {see Pedigree of Gerard, Vol. VIII., page 187). 



Sir Neill O'Neill of Killelagh, co. Antrim, 2nd baronet ; Captain=i=Frances, marr. in January 



Dragoons 1687; Lord- Lieutenant of co. Antrim 1689; died from 
wounds received at the battle of the Boyne, aged 32 years and 
6 months, 8 July 1690, bur. in the Franciscan Priory of Waterford. 
M.L 



167I. Will proved in the 
Prerog : Court, Ireland, 
in I7J2. 



A 



Thomas Molyneux of Croxteth Hall,= 
CO. Lancaster, esquire ; bapt. at Sefton, 
CO. Lancaster, 25 November 1689 ; 
administrator to his brother 14 Feb- 
ruary i74f; died 3 September 1756. 
Will dated 14 June 1751, with codicil 
dated 20 May 1755, proved 11 
December 1756 (P.C.C. 343 Glazier). 
3rd husband. 



'Maria Levery, dau. of James Levery of London ; 
marr. 20 July 1746, marriage settlements dated 13 
July ; executrix to her husband's will 1 1 December 
1756; died in John Street, Berkeley Square, 
London, 14 August 1795. Will dated 22 August 
1793, with codicil dated i August 1794, proved 
I September 1795, by Mary Smythe, widow, 
daughter (P.C.C. 555 ISfnvcastk). She married 
istly Joseph Grififin, and 2ndly John Errington. 



Sir Charles William Molyneux, Earl of Sefton ;=j=Lady Isabella Stanhope, dau. of William, 
born II October 1748; succeeded his uncle , 2nd Earl of Harrington, by Lady Caroline 



as 8th Viscount 30 March 1759; conformed to 
the established church 5 March 1769; created 
Earl of Sefton in the Peerage of Ireland 30 
November 1771 ; M.P. for co. Lancaster 
23 July 1771 ; died in Hill Street, Berkeley 
Square, London, 25 December 1794, bur. at 
Hanwell, co. Middlesex, i January 1795. Will 
dated 19 and 25 July 1793, proved 2 July 1795 
(P.C.C. 475 Newcastle). 



Fitzroy his wife, dau. of Charles, 2nd Duke 
of Grafton; born 15 April 1748; marr. at 
St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, Westminster, 3 De- 
cember 1768, marriage settlements dated 
26 November; died 29 January 1819, bur. at 
Hanwell. Will dated 26 July i8i5, with 
codicil dated 10 December 1818, adminis- 
tration granted i March 1819, to Lady 
Georgiana Isabella Frances Molyneux, 
grand-daughter (P.C.C. 143 Ellenbro). 



I4S 



Richard Sherburne of Stonyhurst, in Mitton, co. Lancaster,= 
esquire; of Brasenose College, Oxford, matriculated i6 
February 159I, aged 15 ; admitted to Gray's Inn 6 May 1607; 
died, aged 81, 11 February 166S, bur. at Mitton. Will proved 
at York 20 January i66i (Vol. 48, fo. 505). He married 
2ndly Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Walmisley of Dunkenhalgh, 
CO. Lancaster, esquire. She died 12 December 1666. 



^Elizabeth, marr. privately (by 
Laurence Starkie, Curate of 
Sefton, CO. Lancaster) 19 Octo- 
ber 1613, dispensation granted 
at Chester 11 August 1614; 
died 2 June 16 15, bur. at Sefton. 



Jernico Preston, Viscount Gormanston ; marr. in=j=Margaret,=James Butler=Robert Casey 

November 1683; succeeded his father as 7th (?) bur. at of Kilveger, of Dublin. 

Viscount Gormanston 29 July 1643; Lord Lieutenant St. James', co.Tipperary; Will proved 

of CO. Meath ; Privy Councillor (Ireland); Colonel ^Vestmin- married to at Dublin in 

of Foot and Commissioner of the Treasury (Ireland) ster, 22 March 1695. 17 14. 3rd 

17 June 1690; indicted for High Treason under October 2nd husband, husband. 
William III.; died at Limerick 17 March 169^. 1733. 
He married istly Lady Frances Leke, dau. of Francis, 
ist Earl of Scarsdale. ist husband. /\ 



Edward Molyneux, a party to the settle- 
ment of 17 February i7o4; living 15 
September 1 7 1 6 ; died before 8 March 



I 

Mary Molyneux, named 
executrix in will of her 
sister Bridget 15 October 
1733- 



I 
Frances Molyneux, 
living 9 August 



Sir William Philip Molyneux, Earl of Sefton= 
and Baron Sefton of Croxteth ; born 18 
September, bapt. at .St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 9 October 1772; succeeded 
his father as 2nd Earl 25 December 1794; 
M.P. for Droitwich 7 April 1816 to April 1831 ; 
created Baron Sefton of Croxteth in the 
Peerage of the United Kingdom 20 June 
1831 ; executor to his father's will 2 July 
1795; died in Arlington Street, London, 20 
November 1838. Will dated 10 November 
1836, republished 18 September 1837, proved 
14 February 1839 (P.C.C. 122 Vaughan). 



=Hon''''= Maria Margaretta Craven, sister of 
William, ist Earl of Craven, and dau. of 
William, 6th Lord Craven, by Lady Elizabeth 
Berkeley his wife, dau. of Augustus, 4th Earl 
of Berkeley; born 26 April 1769; marr. by 
special licence at the Earl of Sefton's house 
in Hill Street, Berkeley Square, London, 
I January 1792; executrix to her husband's 
will 14 February 1839 ; died in Arlington 
Street, London, 9 March 1851, bur. at Hanwell. 
Will with three codicils dated 29 October 
1 84 1 to 28 July 1848, proved 16 April 1851 
(P.C.C. 326, 51). 

K 



Charles Pascoe Grenfell of Taplow Court, co. Buckingham,=j=Georgiana Isabella Frances, 
esquire; born 4 April 1790; educated at Harrow and at Christ 1 born 15 December 1792; 
Church, Oxford; M.P. for Preston 1847-52, 1857 and 1859-65; marr. 22 June 1819; died 
Commissioner of the Lieutenancy of London ; a Director of the | 28 June 1826. 
Bank of England ; died 21 March 1867. J^ 



146 



Sir Thomas Walmisley of=j=Julia, marr. at Black- Sir George Simeon=T=Margaret, marr. 



Dunkelhalgh, co Lancaster, 
knight ; knighted at Ashton 
Hall 12 August 1617 ; died at 
Blackburn, co. Lancaster, 13 
July 1637. Inq. p. m. taken at 
Blackburn i September 1637 
{Due. Lane, Vol. 28, No. jo). 



burn 2 February 161 Y, of Chilworth, co. 

marriage settlements Oxford, knight; died 

dated 8 January; died 4 May 1664. He 

in October 1668. Will married istly Mary, 

proved at Chester in dau. of the Hon''''= 

1668. George Vaux. 



in November 
1624. 2nd wife. 



A 



A 



Edward Widdrington= 
of Horsley, co. North- 
umberland ; born in 
1658 ; died in 1705. 



^Elizabeth, bur. at St. Paul's, 
Covent Garden, London, 17 
June 1730. Will dated 6 
June 1 730, proved 26 January 
173^ (P.C.C. 22 Isham). 



A 



William Widdrington=j=Anne, buried at 



of Cheesburn Grange, 
CO. Northumberland, 
esquire. 



Stamfordham, co. 
Northumberland, 

I July 1733- 



A 



Elizabeth Molyneux, 
mentioned in her 
father's will 14 Sep- 
tember 1716 ; living 
14 June 1751. 



Anne Molyneux, named 
executrix in will of her 
sister Bridget 15 Oc- 
tober 1733; living 14 
June 1 75 1. 



Bridget Molyneux of Scholes, in \Vigan, co. 
Lancaster ; mentioned in will of her aunt, 
Elizabeth Widdrington, 6 June 1730 ; died at 
Scholes 16 October 1733, bur. at Sefton, co. 
Lancaster. Will dated 15 October 1733. 



Maria Molyneux, 
born 22 February 
1795; executrix to 
her mother's will 
16 April 1851 ; 
died at Stoke Farm, 
near Slough, co. 
Buckingham, 3 
May 1872. 



Sir Charles William Molyneux, Earl of=j=Mary Augusta Hopwood, dau. of 



Sefton ; born at Berkeley Square, Lon- 
don, 10 July 1796; educated at Eton 
and at Christ Church, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 12 June 1816; M.P. for South 
Lancashire 18 December 1832 to 30 
December 1834; succeeded his father 
as 3rd Earl 20 November 1838; Lord 
Lieutenant and Vice-Admiral of the 
coast of Lancashire 17 July 1851 ; died 
at Croxteth, co. Lancaster, 2 August, 
bur. at Sefton, co. Lancaster, 9 August 
1855. Will with five codicils dated 26 
July 1847 to 21 July 1855, proved 20 
September 1855 (P.C.C. 801, 55). 



Robert Gregge Hopwood of 
Hopwood Hall, co. Lancaster, 
esquire, by the Hon'''= Cecilia 
Byng his wife, dau. of John, 
5th Viscount Torrington ; born 
19 April 1814; marr. at Hop- 
wood 19 June 1834 ; died at 
2 Lyall Street, Belgrave Square, 
London, aged 92, 5 October 
1906. Will dated 24 December 
1896, with three codicils dated 
30 December 1896 to 25 October 
1898, proved 12 November 1906 
(Prin. Reg. 1527, 1906). 



A 

{For issue see '■'Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. X., page 156.) 



147 



Louisa Anne Maria 
Molyneux, born 
22 October 1797 ; 
executrix to her 
mother's will 16 
April 1851 ; died 
in Belgrave Square, 
London, 21 July 
1855- 



George Berkeley Moly-= 
neux of Seafield Lodge, 
Hove, CO. Sussex ; born 
16 July 1799; Cornet 8th 
Hussars 3 May 181 5, 
Lieutenant 18 16, Captain 
1822, Major t826, Lieut.- 
Colonel Commanding 31 
December 1827 ; died in 
Arlington Street, London, 
aged 42, 27 August 1841. 



=Eliza Stuart, died in 
October 1863. She 
married 2ndly at St. 
George's, Hanover 
Square, London, in 
July 1846, Mangus 
G. Laing Meason of 
Lindertis, co. Forfar, 
and of Hyde Park 
Gate, London. 



Henry Richard Moly- 
neux, born 27 August 
1800; entered the Army 
as Ensign 60th Foot 22 
May 181 7, Lieutenant 
1821, Captain 1823, 
Major 1826, Lieut. - 
Colonel 9 April 1829; 
died in Arlington 
Street, London, 23 
May 1 84 1. 



A\ 



Frances Moly- Charles Towneley of Towneley, co. Lancaster,^ 

neux, born in esquire, F.R.S, F.S.A. ; born 8 January 1803; 

January 1802; educated at St. Mary's College, Oscott ; J. P. and 

died young. D.L. for co. Lancaster, High Sheriff 1857 ; 

a Trustee of the British Museum; F.S.A. 1838; 

Hon. Colonel 5th Royal Lancashire Militia 23 

March 1863 until his death ; died at Towneley, 

aged 73, 4 November 1876. /t\ 



=Caroline Harriett, born 
4 May 1803; marr. at 
St. James', Westminster, 
19 November 1836; died 
at 12 Charles Street, 
Berkeley Square, London, 
8 February 1866. 



Francis George Molyneux of Earl's^ 
Court, Mount Ephraim, Tunbridge 
Wells, CO. Kent ; born 5 March 
1805; Secretary of Legation at 
Frankfurt 28 October 1835 to 1849; 
died at Earl's Court, Tunbridge 
Wells, 24 May 1886. Will dated 
30 May 1883, proved 6 July 1886 
(Prin. Reg., 647, 86). 2nd husband. 



=Lady Georgiana Jemima Ashburnham, 
dau. of George, 3rd Earl of Ashburham, 
K.G., by Lady Charlotte Percy his 2nd 
wife, sister of George, sth Duke of 
Northumberland; born 11 May 1805; 
marr. in 1842 ; died at Earl's Court, 
Tunbridge Wells, aged 77, in May 1882. 
She married istly Henry Revely Mitford. 



Katherine Moly- 
neux, born 20 
December 1808 ; 
died at Croxteth 
I'ark, CO. Lan- 
caster, 25 March 
1855- 



Constan<:e I'hilippina Georgina, 
born in 1848; executrix to 
her father's will 6 July 1886; 
married William Melville. 



148 




Pedigree of Goddard of Swindon, Goddard. 
CO. IVilis. i^'"'- "' i'-^'- 



'i'lioiiias Cnjildaid of Rudluw, m Box, co. \Vilts= 
(4th son of Edward Goddard of Inglesham, co. 
Wilts, by I'riscilla his wife, dau. of John D'Oyley 
of Chisleliampton, co. Oxford, see Vol. 6, 
page no) ; died, aged 70, 7 February i6g.i, bur. 
at Box. M.I. 



-Anne. 



Thomas Goddard= 
of Rudlow House, 
esquire; died, aged 
44, 24 September 
1703. Will dated 
17 August 1703, 
proved 1 9 May 1704 
(P.C.C. 106 Ash). 



=Mary Awdry, eldest dau. of 
Ambrose Awdry of Melksham and 
Seend, co. Wilts, gent, by Cicil his 
wife, dau. of Jeremiah Gough ; 
marr. 7 June 1683; executrix to her 
husband's will 19 May 1704; died, 
aged 50, 17 December 1707, bur. in 
.St. Laurence Jewry, London. ^LL 



Thomas God- 
dard, bapt. at 
Box 3 April 
1688; living 
1 7 August 
1703- 



Priscilla Goddard, 
bapt. at Box 18 
October 1690 ; 
died, aged 75, 
8 August 1764, 
bur. at Swindon, 
CO. Wilts. 



Ambrose Goddard of Swindon, = 
esquire ; born at Rudlow House 
6 November 1695 ; succeeded 
to the family estates at Swindon 
on the death of Pleydell God- 
dard 18 August 1742; died 
I May, bur. at Swindon Old 
Church II May 1755. M.L 



=Elizabeth Awdry, dau. of 
Ambrose Awdry of Seend, 
by Mary his wife, dau. of 
Isaac Selfe; bapt. at Seend 
28 November 1697; marr. 
at Bromham, co. Wilts, 16 
August 1 7 16; died 11 Oc- 
tober 1 75 1, bur. at Swindon 
Old Church. M.I. 



Thomas Vilett of= 
Swindon, esquire ; 
died 29 December 
1783. Will dated 
23 November 1783, 
proved 2 June i 784, 
by the Rev. Tho- 
mas Goddard Vilett, 
D.C.L., son (P.C.C. 
357 Rockingham). 



=Mary, bapt. at 
Box 22 Sep- 
tember 1721 ; 
married 19 
January 174^, 
marriage settle- 
ments dated i 
January. 



Thomas 

Swindon 

at Box 6 March 

M.P. for CO. Wilts 



Goddard of 
esquire ; bapt. 

172! ; 

24 



March 1767; died un- 
married 1 2 August, bur. 
at Swindon 15 August 
1770. Will dated 20 May 
1770, proved 7 February 
177 I (P.C.C. 59 Trevor). 



Elizabeth God- 
dard, bapt. at 
Box 3 Novem- 
ber, bur. there 
6 December 
1724. 



Edward (God- 
dard of Lisbon, 
Portugal; bapt. 
at Box 1 6 
October 1725 ; 
died 1 2 March, 
bur. at Swin- 
don 16 March 
I74f- 



A 



Rev. Richard Goddard, 
Vicar of Lacock, co. 
Wilts ; Fellow of New 
College, Oxford, ma- 
triculated 30 August 
1746, aged 18, B.C.L. 
1753 ; Vicar of Lacock 
1753-58 ; died 2 May, 
bur. at Swindon 1 1 May 

175^- 



Ambrose Goddard of The= 
Lawn, Swindon, esquire ; 
born at Box 25 July 
1729 ; executor to will of 
his brother Thomas 7 
February 1771; ALP. for 
CO. Wilts in five Parlia- 
ments 21 August 1772 to 
October 1806; died 19 
June i8i5,bur.inSwindon 
Old Church. M.I. 



=Sarah Marva Williams, dau. 
and heir of Thomas Wil- 
liams of Pilrowth, CO. Car- 
marthen ; marr. at St. 
James', Westminster, 1 6 
August 1776; died 16 April 
1S18, buried in Swindon 
Old Church. M.L Will 
dated 14 June 18 16, proved 
29 October i8i8 (P.C.C. 
477 Cnssu'iii). 



Elizabeth God- 
dard, bapt. at 
Box 17 April 
1732 ; bur. at 
Swindon 29De- 
cember 1759. 
Administration 
granted 2oMay 
1760 (Arcli: of 
Wilts). 



Thomas Goddard of Swindon, esquire; bapt. at Swindon 10 August 
1777; of Corpus Christ! College, Oxford, matriculated 27 March 
1795, aged 17; M.P. for Cricklade 1 2 November i S06 to September 
181 2 ; died, aged 36, in Duke Street, London, 14 January 18 14. 



Elizabeth Maria Goddard, 
bapt. at Swindon i 7 August 
1778; died 22 December 
1798, bur. at Swindon. 



149 



John Awdry of Melk-=^Priscilla, bapt. at 



sham, CO. Wilts ; born 
30 September, bapt. 
at Seend, co. Wilts, 
2 7 October 1732; died 
at Lisbon, Portugal. 



A 



Box, CO. Wilts, 3 
January 173I ; 
marr. 25 June 
1765 ; died at 
Lisbon 2 Decem- 
ber 1768. 



LucyGoddard, Ann Goddard, Pleydell Goddard, 
bapt. at Box born at Box 7 bapt. at Swindon, 
19 September May, bapt. there co. Wilts, 22 Ue- 
1737. 27 May 1740; cember 1742 ; died 

died in 1834. 26 January 174^, 

bur. at Swindon. 



Ambrose Goddard of The Lawn, Swindon,= 
esquire; born 12 October, bapt. at Swindon 
13 November 1779; of Christ Church, 
Cxford, matriculated 24 June 1798, B.A 
1802 ; of the loth Hussars, Lieutenant 22 
November 1804, Captain 21 August 1806, 
resigned 181 2; served in the Peninsular 
War; J.P. and D.L. for co. Wilts, High 
Sheriff 1819-20; M.P. for the Hundreds 
of Cricklade 1837-41 ; died at The 
Crescent, Bath, co. Somerset, aged 75, on 
Wednesday, 29 November, bur. in the parish 
church, Swindon, 5 December 1854. M.L 
Administration granted 30 June 1855, to 



'Jessie Dorothea Lethbridge, 
eldest dau. of Sir Thomas 
Buckler Lethbridge of Sandhill 
Park, CO. Somerset, 2nd baronet, 
by Jessie Catherine his ist wife, 
3rd dau. of Thomas Hesketh, 
and sister of Sir Thomas Dal- 
rymple Hesketh of Rufford Hall, 
CO. Lancaster, 3rd Baronet ; 
marr. at Bishop's Lydiard, co. 
Somerset, i August 18 18; died 
at Brighton, co. Sussex, aged 43, 
on Monday, 6 March, bur. in 
the parish church, Swindon, 16 



Ambrose Lethbridge Goddard, son (P.C.C.) i March 1843. M.L 

A 

{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. XL, page 21.) 



Sarah Goddard, 
born 2 1 Octo- 
ber, bapt. at 
Swindon 5 No- 
vember 1780; 
died in October 
1865, bur. at 
Glastonbury, CO. 
Somerset. 



Lucy Goddard, 
born 2 February, 
bapt. at Swin- 
don 24 February 
1782; died 29 
March 1800, bur. 
at Swindon. 



I 
Sir Thomas Buckler Lethbridge of Sandhill Park, co.=j=Anne, bapt. at Swindon 



Somerset, 2nd baronet; born 21 February 1778 
succeeded his father as 2nd baronet 15 December 
1815 ; Colonel 2nd Somersetshire Militia; D.L. for 
CO. Somerset, M.P. for co. Somerset 16 June 1806 to 
July 1830; died at the Royal Crescent, Bath, 17 
October 1849. He married istly Jessie Catherine, 
3rd dau. of Thomas Hesketh (eldest son of Sir 
Robert Hesketh, baronet). A 



9 April 1783 ; marr. at 
St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 14 
May 1803; died 25 
January 1857, bur. at 
Glastonbury. 2nd wife. 



Priscilla Goddard, 
born 30 April, 
bapt. at Swindon 
29 May 1785; 
died 26 Decem- 
ber 1803, bur. at 
Swindon. 



Rev. Richard Goddard (twin with 
Emma), Vicar of Kemble, co. Wilts; 
born 9 October, bapt. at Swindon 
II October 1787; of St. John's 
College, Oxford, matriculated 27 
June 1803, B.A. 1807, M.A. 181 1, 
B.D. 18 1 6, Fellow 181 7 : Rector of 
Draycott Foliatt, co. Wilts, 2 July 
1817, Vicar of Kemble i June 1826; 
died at Broadstone Hill, co. Oxford, 
25 .August 1844. 



Emma Goddard 
(twin with Richard), 
born 9 October, 
bapt. at Swindon 
II October 1787; 
died 18 April 1802, 
bur. at Swindon. 



Henry Goddard, 
born 29 May, 
bapt. at Swindon 
29 June 1 79 1 ; 
died 1 7 1 )ecem- 
ber, bur. at 
Swindon 23 De- 
cember I 797. 




Pedigree of Shedden. 



Shedden. 

I Vol. II, p. 27.] 



Robert Shedden of Roughwood, in=j=Jean Harvie, dau. 

Beith, CO. Ayr, merchant (son of Robert 

Shedden of Beith and sometime a 

merchant in Holland) ; born circa 

1643; died in March 172I. Testament 

confirmed at Glasgow 27 February 1 750 

{G/asgmv Testaments, Vol. jS). 



of John Harvie of 
Greenend,in Dairy, 
CO. Ayr ; married 
20 June 1685. 



John Shedden of=[=Jean Ralstoun, dau. of 



Roughwood, mer- 
chant ; born in i6gi ; 
executor to his father 
27 February 1750; 
died I May 1770. 



Gavin Ralstoun of that 
Ilk ; born 7 March, 
bapt. at Beith 1 1 March 
1705 ; marr. there 6 
October 1727. 



Robert 

Shedden, 
died s.p. 



As 



Elizabeth, married 
at Beith 2 De- 
cember 1 7 19) 
George Broun of 
Knockmarloch, in 
Riccarton, co. Ayr. 

A 



Jean, born 4 
March, bapt. at 
Beith 8 March 
1702. 

Margaret, born 
1 2 May, bapt. 
at Beith 14 
May 1704; 
died young. 



James Shedden, 
born 10 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at 
Beith 1 3 Sep- 
teml)er 1706; 
died young. 



William Shedden= 
of Auchingree, in 
Beith, merchant ; 
born 19 August, 
bapt. at Beith 
26 August 1708 ; 
died in 1751. 



Beatrix Debbie, dau. 
of Robert Dobbie, 
Chamberlain of Gif- 
fen, in Beith ; born at 
Hazlehead, co. Ayr, 
4 June 1 7 1 2 ; marr. 
at Beith 23 February 
1736- 



Robert Shedden of London, merchant, and Paulers Pury= 
Park, CO. Northampton ; born 28 December, bapt. at Beith 
31 December 1741 ; served heir to his father 17 November 
1767; died 26 September 1826, bur. in Paulers Fury 
Church. M.I. Will dated 24 December 1825, proved 14 
October 1826, by his sons, George, Robert and John. 




=Agatha Wells Goodrich, dau. of 
John Goodrich of Nansemond 
Plantation, Virginia, North 
America, by Margaret his wife, 
dau. of Joseph Bridger ; born 
17 September 1752; marr. at 
Portsmouth, Virginia, 30 August 
1767 ; died 31 January 1838, 
buried at Whippingham, Isle of 
Wight. 



George Shedden of Paulers Pury Park, co. Northampton, Knock-= 
marloch, co. Ayr, and Hardmead, co. Buckingham ; born in 
Virginia 29 June 1769; died at Spring Hill, East Cowes, Isle 
of Wight, 21 March, bur. at Whippingham, Isle of Wight, 27 
March 1855. Will with five codicils dated 12 August 1842 to 
3 March 1854, proved 18 April 1855, by William George 
Shedden, son (P.C.C. 359, 55). 




=Mary Goodrich (his cousin), 
elder dau. and coheir of 
William Goodrich of Spring 
Hill, East Cowes, by Catha- 
rine his wife, dau. of James 
Cole ; born in Virginia 2 
February 1776; marr. at 
Whippingham 4 September 
1796; died at Spring Hill, 
East Cowes, aged 51, 2 De- 
cember, bur. at Whippingham 
II December 1827. 

A 

(For issue see " Visitation of England 
and Wales," Vol. XL, page 27.) 



\ \ \ \ ^1 

John Shedden=j=Beatrix, born John Shedden, born Helen, bap- Anne, married Jean 
of Muirstown, 3 January, 2 March, bapt. at tisedatBeith James Patrick Shedden. 
near Beith, CO. bapt. at Beith Beith 6 March 1748 ; 20 January of Shotts, co. 
Ayr; died in 6 January married Molly Good- 1750. Ayr. =j= 

1828. 1744 ; died rich, dau. of John A 

in i8og. Goodrich of Nanse- 

j^ mond, Virginia ; both 

drowned at sea near 
Whitehaven, in 1778. 



Robert Shedden of Brooklands, co. Hants, and Mary Church, co. Devon ,-=j=Millicent Munro, 



born at Nansemond, Virginia, North America, 13 September 1775 ; 
High Sheriff for co. Hants 1822 ; died at Torr Abbey, co. Devon, 
2 October 1856. 



only daughter of 
Robert Duncan 
Munro. 



Henry George Gary of Torr=i=Emily Munro, born in Upper Gower Street, 
Abbey, co. Devon; born London, 5 June 1804; marr. at Marylebone 
5 October 1800; died 2 Church, London, 12 July 1827; died 10 
September 1840. January 1892. 



Colonel John Shedden of Easton= 
and Efford, co. Hants ; born 
at Bermuda, West Indies, 4 
September 1777; Cornet isth 
Dragoons 9 February 1797, 
Lieutenant 22 March 1798, Cap- 
tain 25 July 1799, Major 8th 
Dragoons 20 June 1805, Lieut- 
Colonel (retired) i January 18 12, 
22 July 1838; died at The Elms, 
near Lymington, co. Hants, 1 1 
April 1843. /K 



=Sophia Elizabeth 
Lewis, daughter 
and coheir of 
Matthew Lewis, 
M.P.,andUnder- 
SecretaryforWar; 
marr. 18 January 
1804. 



Edward Allfrey of= 
Salehurst, co. Sus- 
sex, and Banstead, 
CO. Surrey ; died in 
June 1834. 



=Margaret, born in 
New York, North 
America, 28 Octo- 
ber 1779 ; married 
3 December 1807 ; 
died in Bryanston 
Square, London, 26 
February 1855. 



A 



IS* 



William Shedden of= 
London, merchant ; 
born in New York 
15 May 1781 ; died 
21 February 1820, 
bur. at Hardmead, 
CO. Buckingham. 



=VVilhelmina Miller, 
dau. of Captain 
William Miller, 
R.N. 



Robert Shedden, born 
in 1819 ; died unmar- 
ried 19 November 
1849. 



Bartlett Bridger Shedden= 
of Aldham Hall, co. Suf- 
folk ; born in New York, 
North America, 7 June 
1782; died in Gower 
Street, London, 25 Oc- 
tober 1823. 



=Mary Shedden Goodrich, 
dau. of Bartlett Goodrich 
of Saling Grove, co. Essex ; 
died at Saling Grove 22 
July 1806. 



Thomas Barrett-Lennard (eldest 
of Sir Thomas Barrett-Lennard, ist 
baronet); born 4 October 1788; 
M.P. for Ipswich 14 April 1820, and 
for Maldon 20 June 1826 to July 1837, 
and 31 July 1847 ; died 9 June 1856. 
He married istly Margaret, dau. of 
John Wharton of Skelton Castle, co. 
York. /t\ 



son=j=Mary Bridger, marr. at 
Saling Grove 30 June 
1825; died at Naples, 
Italy, 24 July 1844. 
2nd wife. 



Agatha Beatrix Goodrich 
Shedden of Slatwoods, East 
Cowes, Isle of Wight ; born 
in London 31 May, bapt. 
at St. George-the-Martyr, 
Bloonisbury, London, 13 
July 1785; died at Torquay, 
CO. Devon, 29 December 
1859, bur. at \Vhi]ipingham, 
Isle of Wight. 



Rev. George Stonestreet Griffin-Stonestreet of= 
Stondon Hall, co. Essex, and Halton, Hastings, 
CO. Sussex, Chaplain to H.R.H. Duke of York; 
born in 1782; of Jesus College, Cambridge, 
LL.B. 1807; Chaplain to the Forces 4 April 
18 14, present at the battle of Waterloo, retired 
25 November 1819, Prebendary of Lincoln 
1832; died, aged 75, at Hastings 6 December 
1857- 



=Mary Elizabeth, 
born 1 3 October 
1790 ; married 
in 181 7. 



■K 



153 



Shedden. 

[Vol. II, p. 27. 




Co)ifirination of Arms to 
Robert Shedden, 1824. 



To All and Sundry whom these 
presents do or may concern. We 
Thomas Hay Drummond Earl of 
Kinnoull Lord Lyon King of Arms 
Do hereby certify and declare that 
the Ensigns Armorial pertaining and 
belonging to Robert Shedden of 
Paulerspury Park in the County of 
Northampton Esquire eldest son 
of William Shedden of Auchingree in 
the County of Ayr by Beatrix daughter 
of Robert Dobbie Chamberlain of 
Gififen in the Parish of Beith within 
the last mentioned County which 
William was third son of Robert 
Shedden of Roughwood in the said 
Parish by Jean daughter of John 
Harvie of Greenend in the Parish of Dairy in the said County of Ayr; 
which last mentioned Robert was eldest son of Robert Shedden 
Merchant sometime in Holland, afterwards in Beith, are matriculated 
in the Public Registers of the Lyon Office and are blazoned as 
painted upon the margin thus, videlicet Azure on a cheveron betwixt 
three griffins heads erased Argent as many cross crosslets fitchie gules ; 
on a chief of the second an escallop shell of the first, between two 
cinquefoils of the third. Above the shield is placed on helmet 
befitting his degree with a mantling gules the doubling argent and on 
a wreath of his liveries is set for his crest a Hermit proper couped 
below the shoulders vested russet his hood pendent at his back of 
the same, and on an escroll above the crest this Motto Fidem Meam 
Observabo, which Armorial Ensigns Above Blazoned We do hereby 
Assign Ratify and Confirm to the said Robert Shedden Esquire and 
the heirs of his body as their own proper Arms and bearing in all 
time coming. In testimony whereof these presents are subscribed 
by George Clerk Craigie of Dumbarine Esquire Advocate our Depute ; 
and the Seal of our Office is appended hereto. At Edinburgh the 
twenty third day of August one thousand eight hundred and twenty 
four years. 

{Signed) George Clerk Craigie, 
I^yon Dep. 

Endorsed: ''^Recorded in the College of Arms London 
j'd Sept" 1861." 

(Signed) With.vm Courthope, Somerset, 

Register. 



154 



Pedigree of Berkeley of Brutoii, co. Somerset. 



Portman. 

[Vol. II, p. 36. 



Catherine Blount, = 
dau. of William, 
Lord Mountjoy, 
K.O., by Alice his 
3rd wife, dau. of 
Henry Keble, some- 
time Lord Mayor 
of London ; died 
23 February 15!^, 
bur. at Datchet, co. 
Buckingham. M.L 
She married istly 
John Champer- 
nowne of Modbury, 
CO. Devon, esquire, 
ist wife. 



=Sir Maurice Berkeley of Bruton, co.= 
Somerset (2nd son of Richard Berkeley 
of Stoke Gifford, co. Gloucester, 
esquire, descended from Sir Maurice 
Berkeley of Stoke Gifford, 2nd son 
of Maurice, Lord de Berkeley of 
Berkeley Castle, co. Gloucester) ; 
knighted 30 September 1544 ; M.F. 
for Blechingley 18 February 155!, 
and for Somerset January 156! and 
28 April 1572; died 11 August 1581. 
Will dated 10 February 15!^, proved 
16 November 1581 (P.C.C. 40 Darcy). 
Inq. p. m. taken at Ilchesler 
5 December 15S1 {C. Vol. igj. 
No. 56). 



=Elizabeth Sandes, dau. of Sir 
Anthony Sandes of Throwley, co. 
Kent, knight, by Joan his wife, 
dau. of Sir John Fyneux, knight, 
Chief Justice of the King's Bench; 
settlement after marriage dated lo 
November 1564; died, aged 52, 
16 June, bur. in the chancel of 
St. James', Clerkenwell, co. Mid- 
dlesex, 22 June 1585. Will dated 
6 November 1584, proved 26 
June 1585 (P.C.C. 32 Brudenelf). 
Inq. p. m. taken at Ashford 25 
September 1585 (C. Vol. 207, 
No. 67). 



Sir Henry Berkeley of Bruton,= 
knight ; of the Middle Temple 
1565; aged 34 and more 11 Au- 
gust 1581 ; knighted in March 
iS84; M.P. for Somerset 26 
October 1584 to March 1585 ; bur. 
at Bruton i October 1601. Will 
dated 30 May 1600, proved i Oc- 
tober 1 60 1 (P.C.C. 68 Woodhall). 
Inq. p. m. taken at llchester 13 
April 1602 (C. Vol. 270, No. 14S). 
2nd husband. 



=Margaret Lygon, dau. of 
William Lygon of Madres- 
field, CO. Worcester, esquire, 
by Eleanor his wife, dau. 
of Sir William Dennis ; 
bur. at Bruton 27 Februarv 
16 if Will dated 9 Feb- 
ruary i6iy, proved 28 June 
161 7 (P.C.C. 26 Weidon). 
She married istly Sir 
Thomas Russell of Stren- 
sham, CO. Worcester, knight. 



Edward Berkeley of Ridding 
Court, Datchet, co. Bucking- 
ham ; (?) of St. Edmund 
Hall, Oxford, B.A. 1582; 
mentioned in his father's 
will 10 February i5l§ ; 
(?) M.P. for Old Sarum 
6 October 1586; married 
Elizabeth . . . 



Sir Maurice Berkeley of Bruton, knight; aged 22 and^ 
more in September 1601 ; of Queen's College, Oxford, 
matriculated 13 February 15!^, aged 13, B.A. 159!; 
admitted to the Middle Temple 1594; M.P. for Truro 20 
September 1597, for Somerset October 1601, and for 
Minehead 10 March i6of; knighted at Cadiz 22 June 
1596 ; died i May, bur. at Bruton 8 May 1617. Will dated 
26 April 1617, proved 8 July 1617 (P.C.C. 64 Weidon). 
Inq. p. m. taken at Bruton 19 August 161 7 (C. Vol. j66, 
No. 170). /K 



=Elizabeth Killigrew, dau. of Sir 
William Killigrew of Hanworth, 
CO. Middlesex, knight, by Margaret 
his wife, dau. of Thomas Saunders 
of Uxbridge, co. Middlesex ; 
mentioned in her husband's will 
26 April 161 7. Will dated 18 
April 1626, proved 23 May 1626 
(P.C.C. 72 Hele). 



{Fo>- issue see page 1^8. ) 



155 



Sir Francis Berkeley, of Magdalen= 
College, Oxford, matriculated in 
1 57 1, aged i6; knighted at 
Asketon 12 June 1599, by 
Robert, Earl of Essex, Lord 
Lieutenant of Ireland; ^LP. 
(Ireland) for Limerick 1613-34. 



Edward Horner of Leigh, co.=Gertrude, marr. 

Somerset, esquire (younger at Cloford 2 April 

son of Sir John Horner of 1577; executrix 

Cloford, CO. Somerset, K.B.) to her husband's 

Will dated 10 September will 28 March 

1605, proved 28 March 1606 1606. 
(P.C.C. 20 Stafford). 



A\ 



Robert Berkeley of Canterbury, co.=j=Elizabeth, execu- 



Kent, esquire, bapt. at Bruton, 
CO. Somerset, 21 August 1563; of 
Magdalen College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 4 April 1579; admitted to 
Lincoln's Inn 19 February isSf; 
aged 22 and more 25 September 
1585 ; C) ^I-P- for Chippenham 
9 October 1601 ; bur. in Canterbury 
Cathedral 10 September 16 14. Will 
dated 22 May 1614, proved (by 
sentence) 13 June 1616 (P.C.C. 
129 Cope). /\ 



trix to her 
husband's will 13 
June 1616. 



Margaret, bapt. 
at Bruton i No- 
vember 1565 ; 
living 13 June 
married 
Brooke. 



1616 ; 



John Berkeley, 
bapt. at Bruton 9 
February 15 65; 
of Magdalen 

College, Oxford, 
matriculated 24 
November 1581, 
aged 15 ; admit- 
ted to Lincoln's 
Inn 7 July 1585. 



Sir Henry Berkeley of Yarlington, co. Somerset ; of Queen's= 
College, Oxford, matriculated 13 February isflJ-, aged 11; 
knighted at Whitehall 29 April 1609; executor to his mother's 
will 28 June 161 7; received the manor of Yarlington from his 
father 27 August i6oi ; M.P. for Somerset 23 January 162I, 
and for Ilchester 5 March 162 j and 31 March 1640; Com- 
missioner of Array for the King, included in the surrender of 
Exeter 13 April 1646. Will dated 21 September 1666, 
administration granted 27 September 1667 (P.C.C. 114 Carr). 



^Elizabeth Nevill, dau. of Sir 
Henry Nevill of Billingbere, 
CO. Berks, by Anne his wife, 
dau. of Sir Henry Killigrew ; 
marr. before 12 February 
I 6y-j, date of marriage settle- 
ments ; died in 165^, bur. at 
Yarlington. 



Edward Berkeley, compounded 
for assisting the King's Forces 
28 April 1649; died, aged 38, 
18 July 1655, bur. in All Saints', 
Derby. M'.I. 



Henry Berkeley, Maurice Berkeley of Yarlington, 

of Oriel College, esquire ; administrator to his father 

Oxford, matricu- 27 September 1667; died 2 January, 

lated 20 March bur. at Yarlington 8 January 167^. 

i6|-J, aged 16, Administration granted 23 February 

B.A. 164,1. 167! (I'CC.) 



'56 



James Percival of Weston-in-Gordano,= 
CO. Somerset, esquire. Will dated 23 
March isgj, proved 31 August 1594 
(P.C.C. 59 Dixy). He married istly 
Mary, dau. of Edmund Gorges of 
Wraxall, co. Somerset ; 2ndly . . . 
Luttrell ; 3rdly Elizabeth, dau. of 
Christopher Ken of Ken Court, co. 
Somerset ; and 4thly Elizabeth 
Marshall, widow. /t\ 



=Elizabeth, bapt. Sir Nicholas Poyntz^Anne, marr. at 

at Bruton, co. of Uley, co. Bruton 16 June 

Somerset, 20 Gloucester, knight ; 1583; died in 

April 1558 ; knighted at White- 1625. 

marr. there 16 hall at coronation 

December 1579. of James I. 23 July 

5th wife. 1603. 



Sir Edward Berkeley of= 
Pylle, CO. Somerset, knight ; 
received the manor of Pylle 
from his father 18 April 
1601 ; executor to his 
mother's will 28 June 161 7; 
knighted at Bruton 13 Sep- 
tember 1625 ; Colonel in the 
Royalist Army, included in 
the surrender at Oxford 1646. 
Will dated 3 February 165!, 
proved 2 March 165! (P.C.C. 
20 Ayktt). 2nd husband. 



=Margaret Holland, dau. 
and coheir of John Hol- 
land of Steyning, co. 
Sussex, by Susan his wife, 
dau. of Robert Withens, 
Alderman of London ; 
marr. at St. Cuthbert's, 
Wells, CO. Somerset, 29 
January i6if : living 7 
February i62f; died 
before 3 February 165!. 
She married i stly Thomas 
Kitson of Wells. 



A 
(^For issue see page i6g.) 



Sir Lewis Pollard of= 
King's Nympton, 
CO. Devon, baronet ; 
of Broadgates Hall, 
Oxford, matricula- 
ted 1 2 December 
159s, aged 17, 
created a baronet 
21 May 1627. 



= Margaret, marr. 
at Bruton 22 
April 1600. 
Administration 
granted 20 No- 
vember 1657, to 
George Pollard, 
son (P.C.C.) 



A 



Margaret Berkeley, bur. at 
Yarlington, co. Somerset, 
in 1659. 



Jael Berkeley of Yarlington ; administratrix to her brother 
Maurice 23 February i67f; bur. at Yarlington 26 September 
1705. Will dated 14 May 1703, proved 3 July 1706, by Sir 
William Godolphin, baronet, nephew (P.C.C. 141 Eedes). 



Sir Francis Godolphin of Godolphin, = 
CO. Cornwall, K.B. ; bapt. at St. 
Margaret's Westminster, 27 December 
1605; created K.B. at the coronation 
of Charles H. 23 April 1661 ; M.P. 
for St. Ives 4 March i62|^ and 22 
October 1640, and for Cornwall 23 
March i6f^. Will dated in June 
1665, with codicil dated February 
i66f, proved 21 May 1667, by 
Sir Godolphin, baronet, .son (P.C.C. 
132 Carr). A 



=Dorothy, marr. in 
1631 ; bur. at Breage, 
CO. Cornwall, 23 No- 
vember 1668. Will 
dated 17 November 
1668, proved 28 
June 1669, by Sir 
William Godolphin, 
baronet, son (P.C.C. 
71 Coke). 



Peter Roynon of= 
West Harptree, 
CO. Somerset, 
esquire ; ad- 
ministrator to 
his wife 19 July 
1674, and to Sir 
Henry Berkeley 
19 May 1675. 



=Frances, marr. 
at Bruton 20 
October 1655. 
Administration 
granted 19 July 
1674 (P.C.C.) 



A 



157 



Sir Maurice Berkeley of=pElizabeth Killigrew, dau. of Sir 



Bruton, CO. Somerset, 
knight (see page 155). 



William Killigrew of Hanworth, 
CO. Middlesex, knight. 



Sir Charles Berkeley, Viscount FitzHardinge;= 
born 14 December 1599, bapt. at St. 
Margaret's, Lothbury, London, 3 January 
\^%; of Queen's College, Oxford, 
matriculated 3 November 161 5 : M.P. for 
Somerset 26 March 1621, for Bodmin 
February i62|, for Heytesbury 7 May 1625 
to March 162I and 4 April 1661, and for 
Bath 2 April 1640; knighted at Beaulieu 

26 August 1622 ; included in the surrender 
at Exeter 13 April 1646 ; succeeded his 
son 3 June 1665, as 2nd Viscount; died at 
Whitehall 12 June, bur. at Bruton 26 June 
1668. Will dated i December 1666, proved 

27 June 1668 (P.C.C. 113 Hene). 



=Penelope Godolphin, dau. 
of Sir William Godolphin 
of Godolphin, co. Corn- 
wall, by Thomasine his 
wife, dau. and heir of 
Thomas Sidney of Wret- 
ton, CO. Norfolk, esquire ; 
marr. at St. Breage, co. 
Cornwall, 6 September 
1627 ; executrix to her 
husband's will 27 June 
1668; bur. at Bruton 29 
April 1669. Will dated 22 
April 1 669, proved 1 8 May 
1669 (P.C.C. 54 Coke). 



Henry Berkeley, bapt. 
at Hanworth 8 De- 
cember 1600; "Cap- 
tain Henry Barkly & 
his soldiers went from 
Bruton to ye Siege 
of Breda in ye Lo 
Countries against 

Spina" (Bruton Parish 
Registers 23 July 
1624); died abroad 
unmarried. Adminis- 
tration granted 2 
March 163^ (P.C.C.) 



Sir Maurice Berkeley, Viscount FitzHardinge ; bapt. at= 
Bruton 15 December 1628 ; created a baronet 2 July 1660 ; 
M.P. for Wells 26 March 1661, for Lanesborough (Ireland) 
9 November 1665, and for Bath 21 February i685. to 
July 1687 ; succeeded his father as 3rd Viscount 
FitzHardinge 12 June 1668; died 13 June 1690, bur. 
at Bruton. Will dated 22 April and 3 May 1690, proved 
27 June 1690 (P.C.C. 213 Dyke). 



=.\nne Lee, dau. of Sir Henry 
Lee of Quarrendon, co. Bucking- 
ham, baronet, by Eleanor his wife, 
dau. of Sir Richard Worsley ; 
bapt. at Spelsbury, co. Oxford, 
8 July 1623; marr. at Bruton 
I January 164I; living 22 April 
1690. 



Eleanor Berkeley, bapt. at 
Bruton 14 February i64^. 



Anne Berkeley, bapt. at Bruton 
4 March 165I; (?) bur. there 
13 August 1662. 



Elizabeth Berkeley, bapt. at 
Bruton 6 September 1655, 
bur. there 7 March 1657. 



James Gendrault of Wells, co.= 
Somerset, esquire ; died 26 July 
1707, bur. in Wells Cathedral. 
M.L Will dated 25 May 1705, 
with codicil dated 17 July 1707, 
proved 8 August 1707 (P.C.C. 
ly^ Po/ey). ist husband. 



=Jane Berkeley, ==Christopher Keen 
bapt. at Bruton of Wells ; marr. at 
29 November 
1659; executrix 
to her ist hus- 
band's will 8 
August 1707. 



Wells Cathedral 
14 May 1708. 
2nd husband. 



Charles Berkeley, born 
4 July, bapt. at St. 
James', Clerkenwell, 
CO. Middlesex, 16 July 
1661 ; bur. at Bruton 
13 February 1675. 



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158 



Sir John Berkeley, Lord Berkeley of Stratton; bapt.= 
at Hanworth i February 160^; of Queen's College, 
Oxford, matriculated 14 February i62|, B.A. 1625; 
Ambassador to Sweden January 1637 ; held a 
command in the Army against the Scots, and was 
knighted at Berwick 27 July 1639; M.P. for 
Heytesbury 17 March i6JJy; as Royalist Com- 
mander (with Sir Ralph Hopton) in the West of 
England took part in the victories of Braddock 
Down and Stratton (16 May 1643), forced Exeter 
to surrender 4 September 1643, defeated at 
Alresford by Sir William Waller 29 March 1645, 
surrendered Exeter to Fairfax 13 April 1646; 
Comptroller of the Duke of York's Household 
1652; served with Turenne in Flanders 1655; 
created 19 May 1658, Baron Berkeley of Stratton; Privy Councillor 
17 June 1663; Commissioner of the Ordnance 1665; Lord-Lieutenant 
of Ireland 1670-72 ; Ambassador to France 1675, Ambassador 
Extraordinary at the Congress of Nimequen December 1675; died, 
aged 71, 26 August, bur. at Twickenham, co. Middlesex, 5 September 
1678. M.I. Will dated 21 January i67f, proved 2 October 1678 
(P.C.C. 107 Reeve). {See "Dictionary of National Biography," 
Vol. IV., page 361.) 3rd husband. 



Maurice Berkeley, 
bapt. at Hanworth, 
CO. Middlesex, 24 
April if)03 ; of 
Queen's College, 
Oxford, matricula- 
ted 3 November 
1615, aged 12, 
B.A. 1618, M.A. 
1621. Adminis- 
tration granted 
10 May 1628 
(F.C.C.) 



Christian Riccard, dau. 
and heir of Sir An- 
drew Riccard of St. 
Olave's, Hart Street, 
London, knight, by 
Katharine his wife ; 
bapt. at St. Olave's, 
Hart Street, London, 
19 March 163^; execu- 
trix to her husband's 
will 2 October 1678 ; 
bur. at Twickenham 
I September 1698. 
She married istlyjohn 
Gayer, and 2ndly 
Henry, Lord Kensing- 
ton, son and heir 
apparent of Robert, 
Earl Holland. 



Charles, Lord Berkeley of Stratton; born 18 June 1662; Major ist Life Guards i October 
1677, Lieut.-Colonel 27 October 1681 ; succeeded his father as 2nd Baron 28 August 1678; 
died at sea 6 March i6Si, bur. at Twickenham 21 September 1682. Administration granted 
II April 1684 (P.C.C.) 



Sir Charles Berkeley, Earl of Falmouth ; bapt. at Bruton, co.= 
Somerset, 11 January i6|^; Groom of the Bedchamber to the 
Duke of York 1656, Comptroller of the Household 1660, 
Treasurer of the Household 1663 ; knighted at Whitehall 30 
May 1660, Privy Councillor 6 July 1660; Captain Duke of 
York's Life Guards 26 January 166" ; M.P. for New Romney 
6 May i66i ; Lieut. -Governor of Portsmouth i66|; Keeper of 
the Privy Purse 1662 ; created 14 July 1663, Baron Berkeley 
of Rathdowne and Viscount FitzHardinge, in the Peerage of 
Ireland; Envoy to Paris in November 1664; created 17 March 
166^, Baron Botetourt of Langport and Earl of Falmouth ; 
killed in naval engagement with the Dutch 3 June, bur. in 
Westminster Abbey 22 June 1665. Will dated 21 April 1665, 
proved 29 June 1665 (P.C.C. 61 Hyde). 



=Mary Bagot, dau. of Harvey 
Bagot of Pipe Hall, co. Staf- 
ford, esquire, by Dorothy his 
I St wife, dau. of Sir Henry 
Arden of Pipe Hall, knight ; 
marr. 18 December 1664; 
executrix to her husband's 
will 29 June 1665. Adminis- 
tration granted 10 May 1679 
(P.C.C.) She married 2ndly 
Charles, Earl of Donset, K.G. 



Sir Gilbert Cosyn Gerrard of Brafferton, co.=Mary, marr. at Westminster Abbey 2 May 
York, baronet; aged 4 in 1666; succeeded 1681, marriage licence (Vicar-General) dated 
his father as 2nd baronet in September 1687. the same day; divorced in 16S4; died, 
He married 2ndly Mary Ayliff, divorced wife aged 27, 18 April 1693, bur. at Bexley, co. 
of Sir Samuel Morland, baronet, and 3rdly Kent. NLI. 
Mary Wheeler. 

159 



Sir William Berkeley, knight, Governor of Virginia ; bapt. at Han\vorth,=Frances Culpeper. 
CO. Middlesex, i6 July 1608; of Queen's College, Oxford, matriculated She married istly 
14 February 1625, aged 17, B.A. 1624, M.A. 1629, Fellow of Merton Samuel Stephens, 
College 1625-46; of the Middle Temple 1624; knighted at Berwick and 3rdly Philip 
27 July 1639; Governor of Virginia 9 August 1641 to 1676; author of Ludwell. 
"The Lost Lady," a tragi-comedy ; died 9 July, bur. at Twickenham, co. 
Middlesex, 13 July 1677. Administration granted 26 July 1677 (P.C.C.) 
(See "Dictionary of National Biography" Vol. IV., page 368.) 
2nd husband. 



John, Lord Berkeley of Stratton, Admiral R.N. ; of=j=Jane Martha Temple (sister of Henry, 



Christ Church, 0.\ford, matriculated 3 August 1677, 
aged 13; of the Inner Temple 1675; succeeded his 
brother as 3rd Baron 6 March i68i; Major ist Life 
Guards October 1684, Colonel 3rd Dragoon Guards 
23 January 169^; ist Lieutenant of the "Bristol" 14 
April 1685, Captain of the "Charles" 9 July 1686, 
Rear-Admiral 14 December 1688, Vice-Admiral 1689, 
Admiral 12 July 1693, Colonel 2nd Regiment of 
Marines i December 1693; Groom of the Stole to 
Prince George of Denmark; died 27 February, bur. 
at Twickenham 5 March 1694. Will dated 25 April 
1696, proved 15 April 1697 (P.C.C. 70 Pyne). (See 
" Dictionary of Natiojial Biography" Vol. IV., 
page 364). 



Viscount Palmerston), dau. of Sir 
John Temple of East Sheen, co. 
Surrey, knight, by Jane his wife, dau. 
of Sir Abraham Yarner of Dublin, 
knight ; marr. 8 March 1 69^ ; Gover- 
ness to the daughter of George IL ; 
died, aged 80, 26 March 1751, bur. at 
Mortlake, co. Surrey. Will dated 23 
February 175", proved 20 April 1751 
(P.C.C. 120 Busby). She married 
2ndly William, Earl of Portland. 



Mary Berkeley, bur. at 
Twickenham 23 March 
i69f 



Henry Berkeley, 
bapt. at Bruton, 
CO. Somerset, 3 
May 1 63 1. 



. ! 

Sir William Berkeley, knight, Vice-Admiral of the 
White; bapt. at Bruton 2 July 1634; Lieutenant 
H.M.S. "Swiftsure" 1661, Captain of the "Bon- 
adventure" 1662, and the "Bristol" 1663; knighted 
12 October 1664; Rear-Admiral of tiie Red 
November 1664; took part in the battle of 3 June 
1665 ; Lieut. -Governor of Portsmouth 19 June 1665 ; 
killed in the four-days' battle with the Dutch i June 
1666, his body was returned by the Dutch and 
bur. in Westminster Abbey in August 1666. ^LL 
Administration granted 2 July 1666 (P.C.C.) {See 
"Dictionarv of National Biography" Vol. IV., 
page 368.) Portrait by Sir Peter Lely in the 
Painted Hall, Greenwich. 



Elizabeth Berkeley, 
bapt. at Bruton 17 
October 1635, bur. 
there 3 March 
following. 



160 



Sir Popham Southcott of Indifio, in=f=Margaret, married at Bruton, co. 



Bovey Tracey, co. Devon, knight ; 
bapt. at Shute, co. Devon, 3 June 
1603; bur. at Bovey Tracey 23 
April 1643. ^ 



Somerset, 9 May 1629 ; died at 
Exeter, co. Devon, 27 April, bur. at 
Bovey Tracey 2 May 1654. 



Jane, bapt. at 
Bruton 27 De- 
cember 1 6 10; 
living 8 April 
1626. 



William, Lord Berkeley of Stratton ; Master of the= 
Rolls (Ireland) 20 June 1696 ; succeeded his brother 
as 4th Baron 27 February 169^; Chancellor of the 
Duchy of Lancaster 21 September 17 10, President of 
the Board of Trade September 17 14; died at Bruton 
24 March 174Y, bur. there. M.L Will dated 2 June 
1737, proved 20 April 1741 (P.C.C. 43 Spurway). 



=Frances Temple (sister of Henry, 
Viscount Palmerston), dau. of Sir John 
Temple of East Sheen, co. Surrey, 
knight, by Jane his wife, dau. of Sir 
Abraham Yanier of Dublin, knight ; 
died 16 July, bur. at Twickenham, co. 
Middlesex, 21 July 1707. 



H 



John, Lord Berkeley of Stratton ; of Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 13 August 1713; succeeded his 
father as 5th Baron 24 March 174"; Captain of the 
Yeoman of the Guard 1743, of the Gentlemen 
Pensioners 1746; Privy Councillor 13 February 1752; 
Treasurer of the Household 1755; Constable of the 
Tower 1762; died at Bruton 18 April 1773. VVill 
dated 21 May 1772, proved 13 May 1773 (P.C.C. 
169 Stevens). 



William Berkeley, Captain R.N. ; 
of Christ Church, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 7 February 171-7, aged 16; 
died, aged 32, on board H.M.S. 
"Tiger" 25 March 1733. M.L 
at Bruton. Will dated T4 June 
1732, administration granted 6 July 
1733 (P.C.C. 192 Price). 



John Bridgeman of Prinknash,=j= Elizabeth, bapt. at Bruton 28 September 1636; administratrix 



CO. Gloucester, gent. Adminis- 
tration granted 7 November 
1656 (P.C.C.) 



to her husband 7 November 1656: bur. in Westminster 
Abbey 2 March i66f. Administration granted 22 March 
i66f (P.C.C.) 



/K 



Francis Berkeley, bapt. at Bruton 1 o October 
1637 ; of Christ Church, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 8 May 1652, B.A. 1654; admitted to 
Lincoln's Inn 24 November 1655. 



Penelope Berkeley, bapt. 
at Bruton 4 March 163I, 
bur. there 25 May 
following. 



Penelope Berkeley, 
bapt. at Bruton 7 
May 1640 ; died in 
infancy. 



161 



Sir Dudley Cullum of Hawstead and Hardwick, co. Suffolk, baronet ;^Anne, marr. at Berkeley 

bapt. at Wickhambrook, co. Suffolk, 17 September 1657; educated House, St. Martin's-in- 

at Bury St. Edmunds Grammar School and at St. John's College, the-Fields, Westminster, 

Cambridge, admitted Fellow Commoner 17 September 1675, aged 18 ; 3 September 1681 ; 

succeeded his father as 3rd baronet in October 1680; M.P. for died, aged 44, bur. at 

Suffolk 5 August 1702; died, aged 63, 16 September, bur. at Hawstead 2 June 1709. 

Hawstead 27 September 1720. M.I. Will dated 20 March 171I M.I. 
and 16 April 1717, proved 16 February 172^ (P.C.C. 23 
Buckingham). He married 2ndly Anne, dau. of James Wicks of 
Bury St. Edmunds, co. Suffolk. 



Charles Berkeley of Bruton Abbey, co.=j=Frances West, dau. and heir of Jane Berkeley, 



Somerset; born 21 June 1701 ; of King's 
College, Cambridge, M.A. 1720; executor 
to his father's will 20 April 1741 ; 
accidentally drowned while fishing at 
Bruton 5 August 1765, bur. at Bruton. 
Will with three codicils dated 7 November 
1757 to 20 January 1764, proved 27 
September 1765 (P.C.C. 323 Rushivorth). 



Colonel John West of Bury St. Hving 2 June 

Edmunds, by Mary his wife, 1737. 

dau. and heir of Richard Erisey 

of Erisey, co. Cornwall ; marr. 

in 1745; executrix to her 

husband's will 27 September 

1765. 



Sir John Wodehouse, Baron Wodehouse of=f=Frances Sophia, born Mary Berkeley, 



Kimberley ; bom 4 April, bapt. at St. James', 
Westminster, 25 April 1741 ; of Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 6 February 1758; succeeded 
his father as 6th baronet 31 May 1777 ; Recorder 
of Falmouth; M.P. for Norfolk 14 April 1784 to 
October 1797; created 26 October 1797, Baron 
Wodehouse of Kimberley; died 29 May 1834. /jv^ 



6 August 1747; marr. at living 7 No- 
South Audley Chapel, vember 1757. 
St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 30 
March 1 769 ; died 16 
April 1825. 



Jane Berkeley, bapt. at Bruton 11 July 1641 ; died, 
aged 77, in Beaufort Buildings, Strand, London, 
18 June, bur. in Westminster Abbey 25 June 17 18. 
Will dated 21 March 171 j, proved 12 July 1718 
(P.C.C. 138 Teniso/i). 



Penelope Berkeley, 
bapt. at Bruton 30 
September 1643; 
bur. tliere 3 March 

•64^ 



Isabella, bapt. 
at Bruton 4 
January 164^. 



162 



H 



William, Lord Byron, born 4 January i67^Q^;=j=Frances, executrix= 



succeeded his father as 4th Baron Byron 
of Rochdale 13 November 1695; Gentle- 
man of the Bedchamber to Prince George 
of Denmark ; marr. at Kensington, co. 
Middlesex, 3 December 1720; died at 
Newstead Abbey, co. Nottingham, 8 August 
1736. Will dated 17 April 1725, with 
codicil dated 4 December 1735, proved 19 
October 1736 (P.C.C. 213 Derby). He 
married istly Lady Mary Egerton, dau. of 
John, Earl of Bridgewater, and 2ndly 
Lady Frances Bentinck, dau. of William, 
Earl of Portland, ist husband. /|\ 



to her I St husband's 
will 19 October 
1736; bur. at 
Twickenham, co. 
Middlesex, 21 Sep- 
tember 1757. Will 
dated 3 May 1748, 
proved 2 November 
1757 (P.C.C. 322 
Herring). 



=Sir Thomas Hay of Alder- 
ston, in East Lothian, 
baronet ; succeeded his father 
as 2nd baronet in 1706; 
marr. 31 July 1740; died 26 
November 1769. He married 
istly Eleanor, dau. of Sir 
Hew Dalrymple, baronet, and 
3rdly Peggy, dau. of John 
Don. 2nd husband. 



Mary Berkeley, John, Viscount FitzHardinge, bapt. at= 
bapt. at Bruton, Bruton 18 April 1650; M.P. for New 
CO. Somerset, 1 7 Windsor 8 May 1705 to 21 September 
February 1645^ ! 171°; Treasurer of the Chamber, Teller 
bur. there 28 of the Exchequer ; succeeded his brother 
April 1652. as 4th Viscount 13 June 1690; died at 

Windsor ig December, bur. in West- 
minster Abbey 26 December 1712. 
Will dated 7 June 1 7 1 2, proved 3 January 
1 7 if (P.C.C." 8 Leeds). 



=Barbara Villiers, dau. of Sir Edward 
Villiers, Knight-Marshal of the 
Household, by Lady Frances 
Howard his ist wife, dau. of 
Theophilus, Earl of Suffolk ; 
Governess to H.R.H. the Duke 
of Gloucester; died, aged 51, 19 
September, bur. in Westminster 
Abbey 22 September 1708. M.L 



Walter Chetwynd, Viscount Chetwynd ; of Christ Church,= 
Oxford, matriculated 28 May 1696, aged 18; M.P. for Stafford 
26 December 1702 to 17 April 1734; Master of the Buckhounds; 
Ranger of St. James' Park 1714-27; created 29 June 1717, Baron 
of Rathdowne and Viscount Chetwynd of Bearhaven, in the 
Peerage of Ireland; High Steward of Stafford 1717; died 
21 February 173I, bur. at Ingestre, co. Staftbrd. Will dated 13 
and 14 February 173I, proved 16 ^Larch i73|- (P.C.C. 51 Derby). 



=Mary, Maid of 
Queen Anne ; marr. 
Martin's-in-the-Fields, 
minster, 27 May 1703 
dated 27 November 
proved 19 March 
(P.C;.C. 53 Wake). 



Honour to 
at St. 
\Vest- 



WiU 

1736, 
173T 



163 



John Trevanion of Carhayes, co. Cornwall, esquire; M.P. for=j=Barbara, marr. 29 March 

Tregony, 18 May 1705, and for Cornwall i November 1710 to 

March 172I-; died, aged 73, 15 August 1740, bur. at St. 

Michael's, Carhayes. M.I. Will dated 12 August 1737, proved 

14 February 174^ (P.C.C. 53 Spurway). He married istly Anne, 

dau. and coheir of Sir Francis Blake of Ford Castle, co. 

Northumberland. 



1736; executrix to her 
husband's will 14 February 
1 74y ; died at Bath, co. 
Somerset, 16 March 1776. 
2nd wife. 



A 



May 1737 ; died 
3 February 173I. 
2nd wife. 



James Cocks of Bruckmans, co. Hertford, and Reigate, co. Surrey, esquire ;=j=Anne, marr. in 
of Trinity College, Oxford, matriculated 13 May 1700, aged 15; of the 
Middle Temple, admitted 19 January 170I, Barrister-at-Law 23 April 
1708; M.P. for Reigate 29 November 1707 to September 1710, and 
26 August 1713 to June 1747; died, aged 65, 23 May 1750, bur. at 
Weston-under-Lyziard, co. Salop. Will dated 14 July 1749, proved 
18 September 1750 (P.C.C. 290 Greenly). He married istly Lady - 
Elizabeth Newport, dau. of Richard, Earl of Bradford. A 



Sir Thomas Clarges of Aston, co. Hertford, baronet ; born 25 July, bapt.= 
at St. James', Westminster, 31 July 1688 ; sucieeded his fatlier as 2nd baronet 
in March 170^; M.P. for Lostwithiel 9 September 1713; died, aged 77, 
19 February 1759. Will dated 10 and 11 October 1758, proved i March 
1759 (P.C.C. 85 Arran). 



^Frances, marr. 
before 7 June 
1712 ; living 
27 November 
1736. 



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164 



Pedigree of Portiuan. 



Sir William Portman of Orchard Portman, co. Somerset, knight, Lord Chief= 
Justice of England (son of John Portman of Orchard Portman, by Alice 
his wife, dau. of William Knowell of Sandford Orcas, co. Dorset) ; 
executor to his father's will 31 October 1521 ; M.I', for Taunton November 
1529 to April 1536; Serjeant-at-Law 1540, Justice of the King's Bench 
14 May 1546, Chief Justice ii June 1555; knighted (on the same day 
as King Edward VI.) 6 February 154 J; died 5 February, bur. at St. 
Dunstan's-in-the-West, London, lo February 155^. Will dated 25 January 
i5St> proved 13 February 155^ (P.C.C. 5 Wrastley). {See "■Dictionary 
of National Biography," Vol. XL VI., page igg). 



Portman. 

iVnl. 11, p. 30.] 

'Elizabeth Gilbert, 
dau. and heir of 
John Gilbert; aged 
7 at her father's 
death 20 April 
1 5 1 o ; died before 
25 January i5sf 



Sir Henry Portman of Orchard= 
Portman, knight ; e.xecutor to his 
father's will 13 February i55f; 
knighted 23 August 1574; died 25 
January 159 J. V\'ill dated 13 and 
14 January 159", proved 10 February 
159^ (P.C.C. 17 Sainberbc). Inq. 
p. m. taken at Wincanton 7 June 
1 591 (C Vol. 22g, No. 10 1). 



Joan Michel, dau. 
of Thomas Michel ; 
marr. at Orchard 
Portman i Septem- 
ber 1549- She 
married istly . . . 
Watts. 



Sir John Stawe!l,= 
knighted 23 Au- 
gust 1574. 



=Mary, marr. at 
Orchard Portman 
24 November 
1556. Will dated 
15 March i6o|, 
proved 9 May 
1606 (P.C.C. 38 
Stafforde). 



Sir Hugh Portman of Orchard 
Portman, knight ; aged 28 
and more 25 January 159°; 
e.xecutor to wills of his sister 
Elizabeth 24 November 1590, 
and his father 10 February 
1 59^ ; Sheriff of co. Somerset 
1 59 1 ; M.P. for CO. Somerset 
12 September 1597; died 7 
March i6of. Will dated 29 
April 1602, proved 16 March 
i6o| (P.C.C. 31 Harte). 
Inq. p. m. taken at Taunton 
30 August 1 604 ( C. Vol. 28 J, 
No. 86). 



Sir John Portman of Orchard= 
Portman, knight and baronet ; 
aged 30 and more 30 August 
1604; knighted at Whitehall 3 
February i6o|; Sheriff of co. 
Somerset 1606; created a 
baronet 25 November 1611; 
died 4 December 161 2. Will 
dated 5 November 1606, with 
two codicils dated 20 April 
1608 and 10 November 161 1, 
proved 27 January i6is (P.C.C. 
6 Capell). Inq. p. m. taken 
at Taunton 8 Januarv 161 ii 
(C. Vol. 334, No. 62).' 



j=Anne Gifford, dau. of Sir Henry 
I Gifford of King's Sombourn, 
CO. Hants, knight ; marr. at 
Goathurst, co. Somerset, 4 
January iS9|; executrix to 
her husband's will 27 January 
i6i§,- died at Wellow, co. 
Somerset, 11 February 163^, 
bur. at Orchard Portman. 
Will proved 20 February 
163I (P.C.C. unregistered). 
She married 2ndly Edward 
Popham of Huntworth, in 
North Petherton. co. Somerset, 
esquire. 



Sir Henry Portman of Orchard= 
Portman, baronet ; aged 16 
years, 2 months and 8 days 
8 January 161 j ; succeeded his 
father as 2nd baronet 4 Decem- 
ber 161 2; M.P. for CO. Somerset 
I January 162^ ; died 24 Feb- 
ruary i62y. Will dated 28 
November 161 7, proved 26 
June 1624 (P.C.C. 52 Byrde). 
Inq. p. m. taken at Bridgwater 
6 June 162 1 {C. Vol. 386, 
No. 83). 



=Latly Anne Stanley, dau. of 
William, 6th Earl of Derby, 
by Lady Elizabeth (Vere) 
his wife, dau. of Edward, 
Earl of Oxford ; born at 
Hackney, co. Middlesex ; 
marr. at St. Margaret's, 
Westminster, 20 July 1615 ; 
bur. in Westminster Abbey 
15 February 1657-. Ad- 
ministration granted 9 June 
1657 (P.C.C.) She married 
2ndly Robert, 1st Earl of 
Ancram. 



Sir John Portm.an of Orchard 
Portman, baronet ; succeeded his 
brother as 3rd baronet 24 Feb- 
ruary i62y, then aged 15 years, 
7 months and 15 days; of 
Wadham College, Oxford, ma- 
triculated 27 June 1623, aged 18; 
died at Wadham College 12 
December, bur. in the College 
Chapel 23 December 1624. M.I. 
Inq. p. m. taken at Southwark 
2 February i62t {€. Vol. 406, 
No. 67). 



16S 



William Portman, 
died before 14 
January 1592. 



Lord Thomas Pawlett of= 
Cossington, co. Somerset (4th 
son of John, 2nd Marquis of 
Winchester). Will dated 
26 February i58f, proved 
26 May 1585 (P.C.C. 13 
IVindsor). He married istly 
Anne, dau. and heir of 
Richard Brent of Little 
Hinton, co. Dorset. 



=Elizabeth, married at 
Orchard Portman, co. 
Somerset, 15 January 
1584 ; executrix to her 
husband's will 26 May 
1585. Will dated 25 
July 1590, proved 
24 November 1590 
(P.C.C. 78 Drur}'). 
2nd wife. 



Rachel Portman of 
Playstreet, in Bicken- 
hall, CO. Somerset ; 
died before 25 July 
1 63 1. Will dated 
17 March 163^, 
with codicil dated 27 
May 1631, proved 
16 May 1632 (P.C.C. 
48 Audley). 



Sir Hugh Portman of 
Orchard Portman, baronet ; 
of Exeter College, Oxford, 
matriculated 25 June 1624, 
aged i6; succeeded his 
brother as 4th baronet 12 
December 1624; aged 17 
years, 8 months and 23 days 
2 February i624; M.P. for 
Taunton May 1625 and 19 
February i62|-. Will dated 
26 October 1629, proved 
14 May 1632 (P.C.C. 51 
Audiey). 



Sir William Portman of Orchard Portman,= 
baronet ; mentioned in his father's will 
20 April 1608; of Wadham College, 
Oxford, matriculated 30 June 1626, 
aged 16 ; admitted to the Middle 
Temple in 1627 ; succeeded his brother 
as 5th baronet in 1632 ; Sheriff of co. 
Somerset 1637; M.P. for Taunton 25 
March 1640 until disabled as a Royalist 
5 February 164!; taken prisoner at 
Naseby ; died as a prisoner in the Tower 
in September 1645, bur. at Orchard Port- 
man. Will dated 18 July 1643, proved 
17 October 1648 (P.C.C. 146 Essex). 



=Anne Colles, dau. and 
heir of John Colles of 
Barton, co. Somerset, 
by Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of Humphrey 
Wyndham of Wivelis- 
combe, co. Somerset ; 
executrix to her hus- 
band's will 17 October 
1648. Administration 
granted 15 January 165!^ 
(P.C.C.) She married 
2ndly Sir Thomas 
Nevill. 



Elizabeth Cutler,= 
dau. and coheir 
of Sir John 
Cutler of London, 
baronet, istwife. 



=Sir William Portman of Orchard= 
Portman, baronet, K.B. ; succeeded 
his father as 6th baronet in Sep- 
tember 1645 ; of All Souls' College, 
Oxford, matriculated 26 April 1659; 
created K.B. at the coronation of 
Charles U. 23 April i66) ; M.P. 
for Taunton 4 April 1661 to July 1679, and from 
18 March i6Sj, and for co. Somerset 25 August 1679; 
F.R.S. 28 December 1664; captured the Duke of 
Monmouth after the battle of Sedgmoor 8 July 1685 ; 
joined the Prince of Orange in November 1688; died 
at Orchard Portman 20 Alarch i6J^. Will dated 27 
February and 9 March i6f^, proved 8 April and 
22 November 1690 (P.C.C. 165 Dyke). {See 
" Dictionary oj National Bioi^i-ap/iy," Vol. XL VI., 
page 200.) 

166 



^Elizabeth South-= 
cote, dau. of 
Thomas South- 
cote of Buckland 
All Saints, co. 
Devon, esquire, 
by Alice his wife ; 
bapt. at East 
Allington, co. 
Devon, 7 May 
1656. 2nd wife. 



=Mary Holman, only 
child of Sir John 
Holnian of Ban- 
bury, CO. Oxford, 
knight and baronet, 
by Jane his wife, 
dau. and coheir of 
Jacob de la Forterie 
of London, mer- 
chant ; marr. at 
Weston Favell, co. 
Northampton, 19 
April 1682. 3rd 
wife. 



Gabriel Hawley 
Buckland-Sororum, co. 
Somerset, esquire ; marr. 
at Orchard Portman, co. 
Somerset, 1 7 August 
1574. Will dated 20 
March i6o#, proved 16 



of=T=Margery. Will= 
dated 29 Novem- 
ber 1630, proved 
23 November 
1632 (P.C.C. 108 
Andley). 



March i6o| (P.C.C. 47 
Harte). ist husband. 



Sir John Acland of Colomb-John, co. Devon, 
knight; knighted at the Tower of London 14 
March i6oj; M.P. for co. Devon 27 January 
i6oy; Sheriff of co. Devon 1608; died 14 
February 16^5. Will dated g February \b\%, 
proved 4 July 1620 (P.C.C. 76 Soamc). He 
married istly Elizabeth, dau. of George RoUe of 
Stevenstone, co. Devon, esquire. 2nd husband. 



A 



Sir Edward Seymour of Berry-Pomeroy, co. Devon,=f=Anne, born before 10 November 



baronet; bapt. at Berry-Pomeroy 10 September 16 10; 
succeeded his father as 3rd baronet 5 October 1659 ; 
M.P. for CO. Devon 31 July 1660, and for Totnes 
15 April 1661 to January 1682, and 17 March i684; 
Sheriff of co. Devon 1679; died 7 December 1688, bur. 
at Berry-Pomeroy. 



161 1 ; marr. after 29 November 
1630; bur. at Berry-Pomeroy. Will 
dated 25 June 1693, proved 22 
November 1695 (P.C.C. 190 Irby). 



Sir Edward Seymour 
of Berry-Pomeroy, 
4th baronet. Speaker 
of the House of 
Commons, ancestor 
of the Dukes of 
Somerset. 



Penelope Haselwood,= 
dau. of Sir William 
Haselwood of Maid- 
well, CO. Northampton, 
knight, by Elizabeth 
his I St wife, dau. of 
Arthur Ashford of 
Ashford, co. Devon ; 
bur. in Westminster 
Abbey 2 February 



17°? 



I St wife. 



=Henry Portman (5th son) of= 
Orchard Portman, esquire, 
Ranger of Hyde Park ; took the 
name of Portman in place 
of Seymour on succeeding 
to the estates of Sir William 
Portman 1690; M.P. for St. 
Mawes 21 November 1696, for 
Taunton 10 August 1698 and 
12 October 17 10 to January 
171I, for Wells 7 January 170-^ 
to April 1707, and for co. 
Somerset 26 May 1708 to Sep- 
tember 17 10; died 28 February 
i72|-. \Vill with three codicils 
dated 31 January 172! to 6 April 
1726, proved 27 May 1728 
(P.C.C. 159 Brook). 



=Meliora Fitch, 
dau. of William 
Fitch of High 
Hall, CO. Dorset, 
esquire ; bur. at 
Steepleton, co. 
Dorset, 12 Feb- 
ruary 1777. She 
married 2ndly 
Thomas Fownes 
of Steepleton, 
esquire. 2nd 
wife. 



167 



Sir John Browne of Frampton,= 
CO. Dorset, knight ; knighted 
at Whitehall 23 July 1603. 
Will dated 2 May 1609 and 
10 November 161 3, proved 
24 November 1627, by John 
Browne, esquire, son (P.C.C. 
105 Skynner). ^ 



=Jane, married at 
Orchard Port- 
man, CO. Somer- 
set, 18 July 
1579; living 29 
November 1630. 



Sir John Wyndham of= 
Orchard Wyndham, co. 
Somerset, knight ; knighted 
at Whitehall 23 July 1603. 
Will dated 31 May 1643, 
proved 10 February 164^, 
by John Wyndham, son 
(P.C.C. 23 Timsse). /\ 



=Joan, marr. at 
Orchard Port- 
man 3 September 
1582; living 25 
March 1631. 



George Speke of White=j=Joan, marr. at Orchard Port- 



Lackington, co. Somerset, 
esquire. Will dated 10 De- 
cember 1636, proved 9 May 
1637 (P.C.C. 60 Goare). 



man 17 October 161 5. Will 
dated 22 November 1652, 
proved 5 March i6s| (P.C.C. 
96 Berkeley). 



Philippa, married Edward Other 
Berkeley {see next page). issue. 



Grace Portman, mentioned in 
will of her brother Sir Hugh 
26 October 1629. Will dated 
30 April 1 66 1, proved 17 
December 1661 (P.C.C. 204 
May). 



John Bluet of Holcombe Rogus, co. Devon, = 
esquire; bapt. at Holcombe Rogus 31 August 
1603; died 28 November, bur. at Holcombe 
Rogus 30 November 1634. Administration 
granted 14 December 1634. 



Elizabeth, marr. before 29 November 1630; 
administratrix to her husband 14 December 
1634; bur. at Holcombe Rogus 11 August 
1636. Will dated 18 March 163!, proved 
20 May 1637 (P.C.C. 63 Goare). 



A 



168 



Pedigree of Berkeley [now Portman) of Pyl/e, co. Somerset. Portman. 

[Vol. II, p. 36.1 



Sir Edward Berkeley=f=Margaret Holland, dau. and 



of I'ylle, CO. Somer.set, 
knight (see page /j7). 



coheir of John Holland 
Slcyning, co. Sussex. 



Edward Berkeley of Pylle, esquire ; Captain of= 
Foot in the Royalist Army comprised in the 
surrender at Exeter 13 April 1646; aged 5 in 
1623; of Lincoln College, Oxford, matriculated 
22 January 163!, aged 17; bur. at Pylle. 
Will dated 4 December 1669, proved 21 
February i6f2 (P.C.C. 13 Penn). 



=Philippa Spake, dau. of 
George Speke of White 
Lackington, co. Somer- 
set, esquire, by Joan 
his wife, dau. of Sir 
John Portman ; living 
4 December 1669. 



Margaret Berkeley, 
aged 4 in 1623; 
mentioned in will of 
her grandmother, 
Susan Holland, 7 
February 162^ ;living 
3 February i65|-. 



Edward Berkeley of Pylle, esquire ; of Wadham College,=j=Elizabeth Ryves, dau. of John 



Oxford, matriculated 12 July 1661, aged 17; of Lincoln's 
Inn, admitted 6 February i66|; M.P. for Wells 21 February 
167I and 20 March i68| to December 1700; executor to 
wills of his father 21 February i6y^, and his brother 21 
November 1678. Will dated 21 January 170", proved 
2 July 1707 (P.C.C. 167 Poky). 



Ryves of Ranston, co. Dorset, 
esquire, by Mary his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Hussey ; mentioned in 
will of her son Maurice 19 May 
1712 ; died in 1724. 



Maurice Berkeley of Pylle, 
esquire ; mentioned in will of 
Sir WiUiam Portman 27 February 
i6|-5-; of Wadham College, Ox- 
ford, matriculated 15 June 1697, 
aged 16; M.P. for Wells 14 May 
1705 and 14 October 1710 to 
January 1 7 1 1 ; executor to his 
father's will 2 July 1707 ; died 
in 1 717. Will dated 19 May 
17 1 2, proved 8 May 1717 
(P.C.C. 91 Whitfield). 



William Berkeley Portman of= 
Bryanston, co. Dorset, and 
Orchard Portman, co. Somerset ; 
of Wadham College, Oxford, ma- 
triculated 2 July 1698, aged 17; 
executor to his brother's will 8 
May 17 17; took the name of 
Portman by Act of Parliament 
9 George H. ; died in 1737. 
Will dated 10 January 173I, 
with codicil dated 31 August 
i737> proved 31 October 1737 
(P.C.C. 220 Wake). 



=Anne Portman Seymour, 
dau. of Sir Edward Sey- 
mour of Berry Pomeroy, 
CO. Devon, 4th baronet, 
Speaker of the House 
of Commons, by Letitia 
his 2nd wife, dau. of 
Francis Popham of 
Littlecott, CO. Wilts, 
esquire; marr. 8 January 
170I; died 10 May 
1752- 



Edward Berkeley of Pylle ;=j=Anne Ryves, dau. of Thomas Ryves of Ranston, co. Dorset, 



died, aged 66, 17 July 1774. 



esquire, by Anne (Cochin) his wife; died at Winfrith, co. Dorset, 
aged 59, in 1754. 



Andrew Napier=j=Letitia, living William Troyte of Huntsham,=j=Arundell, marriage licence 



of Pylle, esquire. 



9 November co. Devon, esquire ; died, aged 

1778. 74, at Huntsham in November 

A 1S07. A 



(Wells) dated 3 November 
1755 : died in March 1811. 



169 



Maurice Berkeley of Pylle, co. Somerset, esquire ; of Wadham College, Oxford, matriculated 
12 July 1661, aged 16; of Lincoln's Inn, admitted 6 February i66|. Will dated 
22 February 167!^, proved 21 November 1678 (P.C.C. 121 Reeve). 



Edward Berkeley, 
died in infancy. 



Mary Berkeley, mentioned in will of Sir Two daughters, 
William Portman 27 February i6|§; living died in infancy. 
21 January 170^. 



Henry William Berkeley Portman of Bryanston, co. Dorset, and= 
Orchard Portman, esquire; M.P. for Taunton 26 April 1734, 
and for Somerset 13 May 1741; died, aged 52, 19 January 
1761. Will dated 13 December 1759, proved 19 June 1761 
(P.C.C. 228 Cheslyti). 



=Anne Fitch, dau. of William 
Fitch of High Hall, co. 
Dorset, esquire; died 17 
March 1781, bur. at 
Bryanston. 



Henry William Portman of Bryanston, = 
Orchard Portman and Pylle ; born in 
1738; executor to his father's will 19 June 
1761 ; died, aged 55, 16 January 1796. Will 
dated 26 May 1793, with codicil dated 
2 September 1794, proved 8 February 1796 
(P.C.C. 88 Harris). 



=Anne Wyndham, dau. of William Wyndham of 
Dinton, co. Wilts, esquire, by Barbara his wife, 
dau. and heir of Michael Smith of Stanton 
St. Bernard, co. Wilts, esquire ; marriage 
settlements dated 16 January 1766; died, 
aged 69, in the Close, Salisbury, co. Wilts, 
3 November 18 14. 



Anne Mary Portman, Henry Berkeley Portman of Dean's= 

died, aged 79, in the Court, co. Dorset, esquire ; born 

Close, Salisbury, 22 in 1768; admitted to Westminster 

September 1844. School 17 September 1782; M.P. 

for Wells 18 June 1790; died at 

Lower Brook Street, London, 22 

March 1803. Will dated 25 May 

1796, proved 16 April 1803 

(P.C.C. 358 Marriott). 



=Hon'''= Lucy Elizabeth Dormer, 
dau. of Charles, 8th Lord Dormer, 
by Elizabeth his 2nd wife, dau. of 
Samuel Hamilton ; marr. 2 May 
1793; executrix to her husband's 
will 16 April 1803; died at 
Dean Street, Park Lane, London, 
31 May 1848. 



John, Earl Poulett, born in Charles Street, St. George's,=pCharlotte Fanny, marr. at the British 



Hanover Square, London, 5 July 1783; educated at 
Harrow and at Brasenose College, Oxford, matriculated 
12 June 1801 ; Colonel 2nd Somersetshire Militia 1804; 
succeeded his father as 5th Earl 14 January 1819; died 
at Hinton St. George, co. Somerset, 20 June 1864. 



Embassy, Paris, 21 August 1820; 
died at 20 Hanover Square, London, 
27 March 1877. 



A 



170 



John Bayley, D.C.L., Chancellor of the 
Diocese of Bath and Wells ; of St. John's 
College, Oxford, B.C.L. 28 September 1663; 
died 20 January, bur. in Wells Cathedral 28 
January i68|. M.I. Will dated 9 November 
1688, administration granted 16 February 168^ 
(P.C.C. 16 Ent). A 



'Elizabeth, marr. after 
4 December 1669 ; 
died 20 October, bur. 
in Wells Cathedral 23 
October 1688. M.I. 



Philippa Berkeley, 
mentioned in wills (jf 
her father 4 Decem- 
ber 1669, and her 
brother Maurice 22 
February 167 J. 



Sir John Burland, knight, Baron of the Exchequer; born at=j=Letitia, married at Wells 

Wells 21 July 1724; of Balliol College, Oxford, matriculated | Cathedral 29 October 1747; 

25 February i74f, created D.C.L. 8 July 1773; of the Middle 

Temple, admitted 11 April 1743, Barrister-at-Law 1746, 

Serjeant-at-Law 1762, King's Serjeant 1764, Recorder of Wells; 

Baron of the Exchequer 8 April 1774, and knighted the same 

day ; died 29 February, bur. in Westminster Abbey 7 March 

1776. Will dated 21 July 1775, proved 11 March 1776, by i 

John Berkeley Burland, son (P.C.C. no Bellas). /(\ 



died in 1779. Will dated 
9 November 1778, proved 
28 January 1780, by John 
Berkeley Burland, son 
(P.C.C. 5 Collins). 



Lewis Dimoke Grosvenor Tregonwell of Anderson and Cranborne=j=Henrietta, marr. 11 July 



Lodge, CO. Dorset, esquire; born 14 February 1758; High Sheriff 
for CO. Dorset 1780; died at Cranborne Lodge 18 January 1832. 
He married istly Catherine, only child of St. Barbe Sydenham of 
Combe, co. Somerset, esquire. /f\ 



1800; died, aged 76, at 
Bournemouth, co. Hants, 
15 April 1846. 2nd wife. 



Lucy Whitby, dau.^ 
of the Rev. Thomas 
Whitby of Cresswell 
Hall, CO. Stafford, 
by Mabella his wife, 
dau. of John Tur- 
ton of Orgreave, 
CO. Stafford ; marr. 
at Walcot, Bath, 
CO. Somerset, 28 
August 1798; died 
at Bryanston 20 
March, bur. there 
31 March 1812. 
1st wife. 



=Edward Berkeley Portman of= 
Bryanston, co. Dorset, and 
Orchard Portman, co. Somer- 
set, esquire; born at Bryanston 
31 January, bapt. there 24 
February 1771 ; of St. John's 
College, Cambridge, B. A. 1792; 
Sheriff of co. Dorset 1798; 
M.P. for Boroughbridge 7 June 
1802, and for Dorset 7 No- 
vember 1806 to January 1823; 
died at Rome 19 January, bur. 
in Bryanston Church 16 April 
1823. Will dated 28 July 

182 1, with codicil dated 9 July 

1822, proved 22 April 1823, 
by Edward Berkeley Portman, 
son (P.C.C. 236 Richards). 



A 

{For issue see " Visitation of Engla?id 
and Wales," Vol. XL, page 36.) 



=Mary Hulse, dau. of Sir 
Edward Hulse of Brea- 
more House, co. Hants, 
3rd baronet, by Mary 
his wife, dau. and heir of 
Charles Lethieullieur of 
Lincoln's Inn, Barrister- 
at-Law; marr. 16 March 
1816 ; died, aged 78, at 
the Rectory, Buckland, 
CO. Surrey, 31 October, 
bur. at Bryanston 9 
November 1852. Will 
dated 2 August 1837, 
with codicil dated 29 
March 1851, proved 9 
December 1852 (P.C.C. 
947, 52). 2nd wife. 



Wyndham Port- 
man, died, aged 
69, in the Close, 
Salisbury, co. 
Wilts, 15 No- 
vember 1843. 



171 



INDEX. 



I N D i^: X 



Abbott, John Williams, 22. 

Abdy, Dame Mary, 108; Rachel, 108; 

Sir Thomas, Bl., 108. 
Abergavenny, William, Lord, 70. 
Ablett, Elizabeth, 31. 
Acland, Elizabeth, 43 ; Dame Elizabeth, 

167; Sir Hugh, Bt., 43; Sir John, 167; 

Dame Margery, 167, see Palmer-Acland. 
Adams, Mary, 70 ; General Thomas, 70. 
Agge, Elizabeth, 108; Thomas, 108. 
Albemarle, William Charles, Earl of, 61. 
Alcock, Hannah, 15; William, 15. 
Aldersey, Dorothy, 117; Richard, 117. 
Alibone, Arthur, 67; Melony, 67. 
Alington, Catharine, 65 ; Diana, Lady, 

65 ; William, Lord, 65. 
AUfrey, Edward, 152; Margaret, 152. 
Alphew, John, i; Margaret, I. 
Ancram, Anne, Countess of, 165 ; Robert, 

Earl of, 165. 
Anderton, Anne, 102 ; James, 102 ; Mary, 

143 ; William, 143. 
Angell, Robert, 23. 
d'Angelras, Elie, 79 ; Frances, 79. 
Annesley, Francis, 48. 
Answorth, Susannah, 128. 
Apsley, Elizabeth, 43 ; Hannah, 43 ; 

John, 43. 
Arden, Anthony, 63; Dorothy, 159; Sir 

Henry, 159; Margaret, 63. 
Arderne, Henry, 97 ; Margaret, 97. 
d'Areng, Marie Felicite, 79. 
Armetriding, Elizabeth, 105 ; Rev. James, 

104; Margaret, 104; Thomas, 105. 
Armstrong, Charles, 132; Dorothea, 132. 
Armytage, Charlotte, 7; Sir George, Bt., 7. 
Arundeil, Elizabeth, 109; Rev. Emanuel, 

109. 
Ashburner, Robert, 103; Sarah, 103. 
Ashburnham, Charlotte, Countess of, 148 ; 

George, Earl cjf, 148 ; Lady Georgiana 

Jemima, 148. 
Asheton, Alice, lOl ; Ralph, loi. 
Ashford, Arthur, 167; Elizabeth, 167. 
Ashowe, Alice, loi ; Roger, loi. 
Ashton, Alice, 139; Catherine, 134; 

Dorothy, 129; Martha, 134; Robert, 

129; Thomas, 139; Rev. William, 134. 
Aspinwall, Edward, 135: Mar)', 135. 
Assheton, Lucy, 98; Richard, 98. 
Aston, Elizabeth, 85; Dame Elizabeth, 85; 

Mary Diana, 105 ; Sir William, 105 ; 

Sir Willoughby, Bt., 85. 



Atkinson, Elizabeth, 3 ; John, 3 ; see 

Busfcild. 
Alwick, Mary, 88; William, 88. 
Audley, James, Lord, 138. 
Austen, Barbara, 40 ; David, 40. 
Awdry, Ambrose, 149 ; Cicil, 149 ; Eliza- 

lielh, 149; John, 150; Mary, 149; 

Priscilla, 150. 
Ayliff, iMary, 159. 
Ayne.sworth, Jane, 133; John, 133. 



Backwell, Mary, 128; Richard, 128. 
Bacon, Sir Edmund, Bt., 71, 116; Mary, 

116 ; Dame Sus.an, 71. 
Badby, Mary, 107. 
Bagot, Dorothy, 159; Harvey, 159; Mary, 

'59- 
Bagshawe, Frances, 95 ; Margaret, 95 ; 

Nicholas, 95 ; Thomas, 95. 
Bailey, Charles Frederick, 60. 
Baillie, Alice, 48. 

Bamford, Anne, 137; William, 137. 
Bampfield, Sir Amyas, 32, 33 ; Dorothy, 

33; Elizabeth, n; Dame Elizabeth, 32; 

Dame Gertrude, 33; Jane, 32; John, t,},; 

Sir John, Bt., 33. 
Banastre, Anne, 102 ; Henry, 102 ; Joan, 

102 ; Julian, 102 ; Richard, too. 
Bangor, Rt. Rev. Henry William Majendie, 

Bishop of, 87. 
Bariatinsky, Princess Frances Mary, 60 ; 

Prince John, 60. 
Baring, Charles, 18; Margaret, 18; Mary, 

18, 
Barker, Anne, 137; Elizabeth, no; John, 

137- 
Barlow, Sir Alexander, 142 ; Anne, 36 ; 

Dame Dorothy, 142 ; Ellis, 82 ; 

Margaret, 82; Mary, 142; Samuel, 36. 
Barnard, Jerome, 50: John, 48. 
Barnes, Abigail, 115; Thomas, 115. 
Barratl, Dorothy, 136. 
Barret, Barrett, 43 ; Dacres Leonard, 43 ; 

Edward, 107, 114; Elizabeth, 107, 114. 
Barrelt-Lennard, Margaret, 153 ; Mary 

Bridger, 153; Thomas, 153; Sir 

Thomas, Bt., 153. 
Barry, EUzabeth, 59 ; Elizabeth, Lady 

Santry, 59 ; Richard, Lord Santry, 59 ; 

Thomas, 49. 
Battlett, Jo.an, 27 ; Mary, 27 ; Nicholas 

Adams, 27. 



175 



Barton, Andrew, 142; Fleetwood, 140; 
Margaret, 142 ; Richard, 140. 

Barwick, Mary, 59 ; Peter, 59. 

Bateman, Anne, 122 ; James, 122. 

Bathurst, Elizabeth, 42 : Richard, 42. 

Batten, Mar)-, 70 ; Sir William, 70. 

Bave, Charles, 128; Eleanor, 125, 128; 
Esther, 128; Mary, 125; William, 125. 

Bayley, Elizabeth, 171; John, 171. 

Baylie, Joan, 121. 

Bayly, Abigail, 125 ; Elizabeth, 125 ; 
Zachary, 125. 

Beck, Elizabeth, 135; Thomas, 135. 

Bedford, William, Duke of, 65. 

Bedingfield, Mary, 116; Philip, 1 16. 

Beestone, Anne, 23 ; Helen, 23. 

Belli, Elizabeth Stuart, 69; John, 69. 

Bennington, Jenny, 30 ; Mary, 30 ; 
Nathaniel, 30. 

Bentinck, Lady Frances, 163; Jane Martha, 
Countess of Portland, 160 ; William. 
Earl of Portland, 160, 163. 

Bentley, Dame Frances, 95 ; Sir John, 95 ; 
Dame Mary, 95. 

Berchtre, Jacques Louis, 80 ; Magdalen, 
80; Susanne Judith, So. 

Berkeley, Anne, 157, 162, 164, 169; Anne, 
Viscountess FitzHardinge, 158; Lady 
Anne, 158; Arundell, 169; Augustus, 
Earl of, 146; Barbara, 164; Barbara, 
Viscountess FitzHardinge, 163 ; Dame 
Catherine, 155; Charles, 162 : Charles, 
Earl of Falmouth, 159 ; Charles, Lord, 
159; Charles, Viscount FitzHardinge, 
158; Hon'"'= Charles, 158; Christian, 
Lady, 159; Dorothy, 157; Edward, 155, 

156, 168-170; Sir Edward, 157, 169; 
Lady Eleanor, 158; Elizabeth, 155-157, 
169, 171 ; Dame Elizabeth, 155, 156, 
158; Lady Elizabeth, 146, 158, 160, 
161 ; Frances, 157, 162, 163; Frances, 
Lady, 161 ; Dame Frances, 160; Lady 
Frances, 164 ; Frances Sophia, 162 ; 
jjQjjbie Francis, 161 ; Sir Francis, 156; 
Gertrude, 156; Henry, 156, 158; Hon*'''^ 
Henry, 160; Sir Henry, 155, 156; 
Lady Isabella, 162; Jael, 157; Jane, 
161, 162; Lady Jane, 15S, 162; Jane 
Martha, Lady, 160; John, 156 ; John, 
Viscount FitzHardinge, 163; John, Lord, 
159-161; Letitia, 169; Margaret, 156, 

157, 161, 169 ; Dame Margaret, 155, 
157, 169; Mary, 160, 162, 170: Mary, 
Countess of Falmouth, 159 ; Lady Mary, 
159, 163; Maurice, 156, 159, 169, 
170; Maurice, Lord de, 155; Maurice, 
Viscount FitzHardinge, 158 ; Sir 
Maurice, 155, 158; Penelope, Viscountess 
FitzHardinge, 158 ; Lady Penelope, r6i, 
162; Philippa, 168, 169, 171; Richard, 
155; Robert, 156; William, 161; 
William, Lord, 161; Sir William, 160; 
see Portman. 

Bernard, Elizabeth, 4 ; Emma, 2 ; Dame 
Emma, 2; Sir Henry, 2, 4. 



Bickerstafife, Anne, 58. 

Biggs, Dame .\nne, 47 ; Dame Jane, 46 ; 
Sir John, 46, 47. 

Bigland, Sir Rsilph, 75, 78. 

Bishopp, William, 46. 

Blackburne, Alice, 134, 137 ; Anna, 136, 
137; Anne, 133-137; Ashton, 137; 
Bridget, 134; Catherine, 134, 136; 
Charles, 135 ; Charlotte Catherine 
Frances, 137; Clemence, 133; Dorothy, 
136; Edward, 134; Elizabeth, 133-136; 
Emma Anne, 136; Rev. Gilbert Rodbard, 
137; Grace, 134; Harriot, 137; Helen, 
137 ; Hester, 137 ; Ireland, 135 ; Isaac, 
137 ; Isabel, 134, 136 ; James, 137 ; 
Jane, 133, 135; John, 133-136; John 
Ireland, 135; Jonathan, 134, 136; 
Lydia, 137 ; Margaret, 133, 134, 136 ; 
Martha, 134; Mary, 135-137; Richard, 
133; Robert, 133, 135; Thomas, 
133-136; Rev. Thomas, 136; William, 

133. 137- 
Blackwell, Anne, 60; Samuel, 60. 
Blake, Anastace, 24, 26 ; Andrew, 28 ; 

Anne, 27, 164 ; Dominick, 26 ; F., 28 ; 

Frances, 28; Sir Francis, 164; Jane, 26; 

Mary, 24, 26, 28 ; Maurice, 26 ; Peter, 

26 ; Walter, 24, 27. 
Bligh, Elizabeth, 61; Thomas, 61. 
Blinston, Martha, 134; .Samuel, 134. 
Bloomfield, Bridget, 134; Thomas, 134. 
Blount, .\lice. Lady Mountjoy, 155 ; 

Catherine, 155; Mich.ael, 10; .Samuel, 69; 

William, Lord Mountjoy, 155. 
Blo.xam, Mary, 92; Matthew, 92. 
Bludworth, Elizabeth, 102 ; George, 102. 
Bluet, Elizabeth, 168; John, 16S. 
Blunt, Sir Charles William, Bt., 69; Dame 

Elizabeth, 69 ; Maria Tryphena, 69. 
Board, Edmund Comer, 80. 
Boardman, Rev. John, IlS; Sarah, 1 18. 
Bodmin, Robert, Viscount, 97 ; Sarah, 

Viscountess, 97. 
Bodvile, John, 97; Sarah, 97. 
Boisgautier, — , 77. 
Boissier, Anne, 80 ; Charlotte Catherine 

Rolaz, 79 ; Dorothea Howard, 80 ; 

Elizabeth, 80 ; Elizabeth Anne, 79 ; 

Elizabeth Charlotte, 79 ; Frances, 79 ; 

Gaspard, 79 ; Henry, 80 ; Horace, 80 ; 

Isabeau, 79 ; James William, 79 ; Jane, 79 ; 

Jasper, 80; Jean Daniel, 80; John Louis, 

80; John William, 79; Magdalen, 79; 

Marguerite, 80 ; Mariana, So ; Marianne, 

80; Mary Felicite, 79; M.ary Margaret, 

79; Peter, 79, 80; Rev. Peter Edward, 

80; Susanna, 80; Susanne Judith, 80; 

William, 79, So. 
Bold, Elizabeth, 139; Jane, 139; Margaret, 

139; Richard, 139. 
Bollcs, Mary, 94 ; Dame Mary, 94 ; 

Thomas, 94. 
Bond, Christopher, 59; Jane, 59; Richard, 

19- 

Bonnet, Eliz.abelh, So; Jean Jaques, 80. 



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Boone, Anne, 33 ; Thomas, 33. 

Boolh, Alice, 13S ; Dame Anne, 94 ; 

Dorothy, 140; Kllen, 140; John, 140 ; 

Sir John, 94, 138. 
Bowditch, Ehzabeth, 122; Robert, 122. 
Bowland, — , 127. 

Bowies, Humphrey, 69; Keljecca, 69. 
Boycott, Philadelphia, 84 ; Thomas, 84. 
Bradford, Richard, Earl of, 164. 
Brahazon, Elizabeth, 72 ; William, 72. 
Bradwin, Edward, 23. 
Brampton, Amy, 106 ; Elizabeth, 106 ; 

William, 106. 
Brand, Elizabeth, 113. 
Brandling, Anne, iii; Samuel, III. 
Brent, Anne, 166; Richard, 166. 
Brereton, Sybel, 94; Sir Urian, 94. 
Bretherton, John, 136; Margaret, 136. 
Brewse, John, 71. 

Bridgeman, Elizabeth, 161 ; John, 161. 
Bridger, Joseph, 151; Margaret, 151. 
Bridgewater, John, Earl of, 163. 
Broad, Anne, 123. 
Bromley, Sir George, 81 ; Mary, 81. 
Brooke, Catherine, 95 ; Dame Frances, 

136; Margaret, 136, 156; Sir Richard, 

95. 136. 
Brough, Elizabeth, 10; John, 10. 
Broun, Elizabeth, 151 ; George, 151. 
Brown, Robert, 24. 
Browne, Anastace, 26 ; Dame Anastace, 

26 ; Anne, 28 ; Dominick, 28 ; Sir 

Dominick, 26; Elizabeth, 106; Frances, 

43 ; Francis, 46 ; Francis, Viscount 

Montagu, 142 ; James, 24 ; Dame 

Jane, 168 ; John, 168 ; Sir John, 168 ; 

Lancelot, 43 ; Martin, 26 ; Mary, 24 ; 

Mary, Viscountess Montagu, 142 ; 

Robert, 106; Thomas, 78. 
de Bruc, Jeanne, 79. 
Brudenell, Frances, Lady, 143 ; Francis, 

Lord, 143 ; Mary, 143 ; Robert, Earl of 

Cardigan, 143. 
Brydges, Cassandra, Duchess of Chandos, 4; 

Elizabeth, Lady Chandos, 4 ; James, 

Duke of Chandos, 4 ; James, Lord 

Chandos, 4 ; Lydia Catharine, Duchess 

of, 4 ; Hon^''" Mary, 4. 
Bryers, Blanche, 100; Roger, 100. 
Buck, Anne, 131; Samuel, 131. 
Bugden, Charles, 36; Sophia, 36. 
Buisson, Elizabeth, 80 ; Louis Theophile, 

80; Marguerite, So. 
Bulkeley, Mary, 82 ; Ralph, 82. 
Bull, Elizabeth, 21 ; John, 21. 
Burgoyne, Charlotte Catherine Frances, 

137; Major-General Sir Montagu Roger, 

Bt., 137- 
Burke, Frances, 25; Henry Farnham, 120; 

Ulick, 25. 
Eurland, Sir John, 171 ; John Berkeley, 

171; Dame Letitia, 171. 
Burnley, Mary, 88. 
Busfeild, Caroline, 131 ; Johnson, 131 ; 

William, 131. 



Bushell, James, 125; Mary, 125. 
Butcher, Lydia, 30; Robert, 30. 
Butler, Elizabeth, 140 ; James, 140, 146 ; 

John, 48, 106; Lady Margaret, 146; 

Mary, 106. 
Butter, Anne, 107; William, 107. 
Byng, Hon'''" Cecilia, 147; John, Viscount 

Torringlon, 147. 
Byron, Dame Anne, 143; Frances, Lady, 

163; Sir John, 143; William, Lord, 163. 



Calveley, Elizabeth, 81, 83 ; Sir George, 

81, 83 ; Dame Mary, 81. 
Calverlcy, .Samuel, 49. 
Campbell, — , 124. 
Cape, Henry, 11; Maria, 11. 
Cardigan, Robert, Earl of, 143. 
Cardinall, Jane, 109; Letitia, 109; William, 

109. 
Caringlon, alias Smith, Catharine, 8 ; 

Constanlia, 8 ; Francis, 8. 
Carrington, Godfray, 23. 
Cartwright, Ambrosia, 82 ; Arthur, 82 ; 

Dorothy, 5 ; George, 5 ; Mary, 5. 
Carver, Elizabeth, 55; Sampson, 55. 
Cary, Emily Munro, 152; Henry George, 

■52. 
Caryll, Bridget, 138; Dorothy Frances, 

Lady, 143 ; John, 1 38 ; John Baptist, 

Lord, 143; Mary, 140 ; Dame Mary, 

140 : Mary, Lady, 143 ; Sir Thomas, 

140. 
Casey, Lady Margaret, 146; Robert, 146. 
Cave, Daniel, li; Frances, 11. 
Cavendish, Bridget, 6; Henry, 6. 
Chaboussant, Marie, 76. 
Chadwick, Evelyn, 3; Georgiana, 3. 
Chamberlain, Abigail, 70; Beatri.x, 154; 

Charles, 70; Rachel, 70; Robert Dobbie, 

154. 
Chamberlayne, Elizabeth, 59; George, 59. 
Champemowne, Catherine, 155; John, 

Chandos, Cassandra, Duchess of, 4 ; 

Elizabeth, Lady, 4 ; James, Duke of, 4 ; 

James, Lord, 4 ; Lydia Catharine, 

Duchess of, 4. 
Chaplin, Anne, 122; Dame Anne, 122; 

Sir F'rancis, 122; Sir Robert, Bt., 122. 
Charles, Elizabeth, 36. 
Charlton, Emma, 2; Robert, 2. 
Chatfield, Walter, 19. 
Chauntler, Jo : 47. 
Chester, Rt. Rev. Henry William Majendie, 

Bishop of, 87. 
Chetwynd, Alice, 124; Edward, 124; 

Very Rev. Edward, 122 ; Elizabeth, 

122; Helena, 122; ALary, Viscountess, 

163 ; Walter, Viscount, 163. 
Child, Dame Emma, 2; Sir Josiah, Bt., 2. 
Cholmondeley, Sir Hugh, 81; Mary, 81. 
Chorley, Elizabeth, loi ; William, loi. 
Charges, Dame Frances, 164 ; Sir Thomas, 

Bt., 164. 



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Clarke, Elizabeth, 113; Rev. George, 113; 

Magdalen, 57; Philippa, 113; Sarah, 

104 ; Thomas, 57 ; Rev. Thomas, 

104. 
Clayton, Mar)-, 99, 102. 
Clement, Catherine, 105. 
Clifton, Alice, 138 ; Cathbert, 138 ; 

Elizabeth, 32, 138; Isabel, 136; John, 

136; Sir John, 32: Man.', 143; Thomas, 

143; Sir Thomas, 136. 
Clippingdale, Clependale, Clippendale, 

Agnes, 22 : Amy, 23 ; Ann, 20-23 ; 

Charles, 21,22; Collett, 22 ; Eleanor, 20 ; 

Eleanor Phillips, 21 ; Elizabeth, 20-23 '• 

Frances, 20, 22 ; George, 21 ; Hannah, 

20; John, 20-23 • Joseph, 20 ; Judith, 23 ; 

Lucy Ann, 22; Mary, 20-23; Peter, 22 ; 

Ralph, 23; Richard, 20, 22, 23 ; Robert, 

21, 23; Samuel Dodd, 23; Sarah, 22; 

Susan, 20, 22, 23; Susanna, 20, 21; 

Thomas, 20-23; William, 20. 
Clowes, Mary, 103; Samuel, 103. 
Cobbold, Mary Anne, 30 : Rev. Richard, 

30- 

Cochin, Anne, 169. 

Cockerell, Abigail, 68 ; Anna, 69 ; Anne, 68 : 
Sir Charles, Bt., 69 ; Christian, 68, 69 ; 
Edward, 69 ; Elizabeth, 69 : Elizabeth 
Stuart, 69 ; Frances, 68, 69 ; Harriet, 
69; Hester, 68; John, 68; Colonel 
John, 68 ; Luke, 68 ; Rev. Luke, 68 ; 
Maria Tryphena, 69 ; Mary, 69 ; Paulina, 
68 ; Samuel, 68 ; Samuel Pepys, 69 ; 
Sarah, 69. 

Cocks, Anne, 164; Lady Elizabeth, 164; 
James, 164. 

Coke, .\nne Amelia, Countess of Leicester, 
61 ; Elizabeth, 4, 59 : Dame Elizabeth, 4 : 
Sir Francis, 4; Jane, 61 ; Thomas, Earl 
of Leicester, 59 ; Thomas William, 
Earl of Leicester, 61 ; Wennian, 59. 

Cole, Catherine, 151 ; James, 151. 

Coleman, — , 108. 

CoUes, Anne, 166 ; Elizabeth, 57, 166 ; 
John, 57, 64, 166; Margaret, 57, 64. 

Collet, Anne, 125; Jonathan, 125. 

Collins, John, 51 ; M.ary, 51, 63. 

Colman, Anne, 106; John, 106; Katherine, 
106. 

Combe, Mary, 123; Thomas, 123. 

Comber, John, 19; Thomas, 19. 

Combermere, Caroline, Viscountess, 86 ; 
Mary WooUey, Viscountess, 86 ; Field- 
Marshal Stapleton, Viscount, 86. 

Comyns, Dame Anne, 109; Elizabeth, in; 
Dame Elizabeth, 109 ; Sir John, 109 ; 
Judith, III; Richard, III. 

Constable, John, 48, 49. 

Conway, Sir John, Bt., 85 ; Penelope, 
85. 

Conyers, Matilda, 89. 

Cook, Cooke, Abigail, 125 ; Dorothy, 133 ; 
Elizabeth, 114; Hester, 15; Dame Jane, 
114; John, 15; Letitia, no; Sir 
Wilham, Bt., 1 10, 114. 



Cooper, Betty, 104. 

Copland, Anne, 119; John, 119. 

Coplestone, Amyas, 33 ; Gertrude, 33 ; 
Joan, 34; John, 34. 

Corbet, Corbett, Anna, 136; Anne, 90; 
Sir Corbet, Bt., 90; Edwin, 136; 
Eleanor, 97; Sir Henry, Bt., 90; Dame 
Hester Salusbur)', 90 ; see Davenant. 

Cornwall, Elizabeth, 132. 

Corrance, Alan, 58, 67 ; Anne, 58, 
67. 

Corsellis, Lucas, 108; Mary, 108. 

Cotes, Margaret, loi. 

Cotton, Ambrosia, 82 ; Andrew, 82 ; Lady 
Anna Maria, 86; Anne, 82, 87, 88; 
Arabella, 88 ; Arthur, 81 ; Cathe- 
rine, 83, 89 ; Catherine Maria, 87 ; 
Charles, 83 ; Charlotte, 87 ; Cicely, 

81 ; Dorothy, 82, 83; Elizabeth, 81-83, 
85, 86, 89 ; Dame Elizabeth, 84 ; Dame 
Elizabeth Abigail, 85; Frances, 81, 82, 
85, 88 ; Dame Frances, 85 ; Horfi^" 
Frances, 81, 83; George, 81, 84; Sir 
George, 81 ; Very Rev. George, 87 ; 
George Calveley, 87 ; Grace, 82 ; Henry 
Calveley, 89 ; Rev. Henry James, 87 ; 
Henry Salusbury, 88; Herbert, 88; 
Hester, 85, 89 ; Dame Hester, 83 ; Hester 
Maria, 86, 87 ; Hester Salusbury, 90 ; 
Hugh Calveley, 83, 88 ; Very Rev. James 
Henry, 87 ; Jane, 88, 89 ; John, 81, 83, 
89 ; John Salusbury, 84 ; Joyce, 82 ; 
Judith, 82 ; Katherine Maria, 87 ; 
Lettice, 83 ; Louisa Margaret, 90 ; 
Lieut. -Colonel Lynch, 90; Lynch 
Salusbury, 86 ; Sir Lynch Salusbury, 
Bt., 85; Lvnch Sidney, 87; Margaret, 

82 ; Martha, 82 ; Mary^ Si-83, 85, 
88-90; Dame Mary, 81; Mary Ann, 
87 ; Mary Lawrens, 87 ; Matilda, 89 ; 
Penelope, 85, 89 ; Philadelphia, 84, 90 ; 
Dame Philadelphia, 84; Richard, 81, 
89: Robert, S3; .Sir Robert, Bt., 83; 
Robert Henry Stapleton, 86 ; Robert 
Salusbury, 85 ; Sir Robert Salusbury, 
Bt., 84, 85 : Vice-Admiral Rowland, 
85 ; Salusbury, 90 ; Sidney, 89 ; Sidney 
Arabella, 87 ; Sophia, 84, 89 ; Stephen, 
84 ; Thomas, 81, 83, 88 ; Sir Thomas, 
Bt., 84; Thomas Davenant, 88; Thomas 
Salusbury, 84 ; Vere, 87 ; William, 
88, 89 ; Rev. William, 88 ; William 
Salusbury, 87 ; Winifred, 83 ; see 
Stapleton-Cotton. 

Court, Elizabeth, 16; John, 16. 
Courtenay, Dame Elizabeth, 32 ; Sir 

William, 32. 
Courthope, Albinia, 39 ; Anne, 39 ; 

Elizabeth, 109 ; Dame Elizabeth, 46 ; 

George, 39, 46, 47 ; Sir George, 39, 46 ; 

James, 49 ; Witham, 154. 
Cox, Coxe, Charles, 50 ; John, 65 ; 

Margaret, 63, 65; Walter, 63. 
Cradock, Christian, 106; Robert, 106. 
Craigie, George Clerk, 154. 



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Craven, Elizabeth, Lady, 146 ; Maria 

Margarctta, 146; William, Earl of, 146 ; 

William, Eorcl, 146. 
Crop, Richard, 4y. 
Crosbie, Dorothea Howard, 80; Dame 

Mary, 80; Sir Paul, Bt., So. 
Crosse, Agnes, 100; Alice, 100, loi ; Anne, 

09, 101-103, 105; Anne Mary, 105; 

lietly, 104 ; Blanche, 100 ; Bridget, 

lot ; Catherine, 105; Charles, 104; 

Christopher, 102 ; Dorothy, 103 ; 

Edmund, loi ; Elizabeth, 100-102, 105; 

Frances, 102, 104 ; James, lOl ; Joan, 

loo, 104; John, 100-104; Julian, 102, 

104; Legh, 104; Letitia, 100; Margaret, 

100, loi, 104; Mary, 99, too, 102, 103; 

Richard, 99-103; Richard Townley, 104; 

Robert, 101-103 ; Roger, 100; Sarah, 

103, 104 ; Thomas, 99, 102, 103 ; 

Thomas Bright, 105; William, 100, lOI, 

103 ; see Legh. 
Crymes, Elizeus, 33 ; Joan, 34 ; Ludovic, 38 ; 

Margaret, 38 ; Mary, 33 ; Rebecca, 33 ; 

Susan, 34 ; William, 33, 34. 
Culluni, Dame Anne, 162 ; Sir Dudley, 

Bt., 162. 
Culpepper, Sir Edward, 13 ; Dame 

Elizabeth, 13; Frances, 160; Dame 

Jane, 13; Sir William, Bt., 13. 
Cunlift'e, Dorothy, 130; John, 130. 
Curzon, A.ssheton, Viscount, 60; Elizabeth, 

4 ; Sir George, 4 ; Hon''''= Mary, 60. 
Cust, Sir John, Bt., 49. 
Cutler, Elizabeth, 166; Sir John, Bt., 166. 



Dacoombe, Anne, 57 ; John, 57. 
Dalrymplo, Eleanor, 163; .Sir Ilew, Bt., 

163; Hugh, 93; Jacintha, 93. 
Dalton, Ann, 142; Thomas, 142. 
Daly, Anastace, 25, 29; Charles, 25; 

Denis, 29. 
Daniel, Edward, 80; Mary, 80 
Danyell, Elizabeth, 117; Colonel William, 

117. 
D'Arcy, Anastace, 24-26, 28, 29; Andrew, 

25; Anne, 27-29; Anthony, 24; Bridget, 

24,27; Catherine, 25-29; Charles, 26; 

Christick, 24 ; Clara, 26 ; Chare, 27 ; 

Conyers, Earl of Holdernesse, 141 ; 

F'rances, Countess of Holdernesse, 141 : 

Eleanor, 27 ; Elizabeth, 24 ; Frances, 

25-29 ; Francis, 25, 27, 29 ; Hyacinth, 

26-29 ; James, 24-26, 28 ; Jane, 26, 28 ; 

Jane, Countess, 29; John, 24, 25, 27-29; 

Julia, 28 ; Louisa Bagot, 28 ; Lucy, 27 ; 

Lynch, 25; Magin, 26; Marcella, 28; 

Margaret, 24, 29 ; Margery, 24 ; Mark, 

25, 28 ; Martin, 24, 29 ; Mary, 24-29 ; 

Matthew, 25 ; Nicholas, 24, 25, 27 ; 

P.atrick, 24, 25, 27 ; Patrick, Count, 28, 

29; Sibby, 26; Stephen, 25, 29; 

Sylvester, 29 ; Thomas, 29 ; Walter, 26, 

28, 29 ; William, 27 ; William Francis, 

27. 



Davall, Lydia Catharine, 4 ; Sir Thomas, 4. 
Davenanl, Anne, 90; Elizabeth, 89; 

Colonel Thomas, 89, 90 ; see Corbet. 
Davenport, Anne, 98 ; Frances, 97, 98 ; 

Dame Lucy Frances, 97 ; Margaret, 97 ; 

Dame Mary, 97; Peter, 98; Sir Peter, 

97; William, 97, 98; Sir William, 97. 
DaH Sonne, Mary, 34; William, 34. 
Dayrell, Brownlow, 49; Elizabeth, 40, 49; 

Francis, 40, 49 ; Marmaduke, 49. 
Deakin, Elizabeth, 91. 
Dccring, Thomas, 83 ; Winifred, 83. 
De la Warr, Anne, Lady, 14; Thomas, 

Lord, 14. 
Demaine, Gautier, 77. 
Dennis, Eleanor, 155; Sir William, 155. 
Dent, Digby, 38; Sophia Pitt, 38. 
Denton, Sir Anthony, 56 ; Magdalen, 

56- 
Derby, Dorothy, Countess of, 82; Edward, 

Earl of, 82, 117; Elizabeth, Countess 

of, 165; Margaret, Countess of, 82; 

Mary, Countess of, 82 ; William, Earl 

of, 165. 
Dc Salis, Henrietta, Countess, 35 ; Jerome, 

Count, 35 ; Penelope, Countess, 35 ; 

Sophia, Countess, 35. 
Devenish, Henry, 50; Joan, 50. 
Devereux, Lady Frances, 141 ; Robert, 

Earl of Essex, 141. 
Dickinson, Philippa, 44; William, 44. 
Digby, Jane, 6; John, 5, 6; Mary, 5. 
Digges, Elizabeth, 123; Richard, 123. 
Dillingham, Brampton Gurdon, 116; 

Mary, 116; Sarah, 116; Theophilus, 

116; ice Gurdon. 
Dobbie, Beatrix, 151, 154; Robert, 151, 

154- 

Dodd, Eleanor, 20. 

Doddridge, John, III ; Judith, III. 

Dom\'ille, Ann, 95 ; William, 95. 

Don, John, 163; Peggy, 163. 

Dormer, Dame Alice, 144 ; Charles, Lord, 
170; Elizabeth, Lady, 170; Lucy 
Elizabeth, 170; Robert, Lord, 144; 
Sir William, 144. 

Dorset, Charles, Earl of, 159; Mary, 
Countess of, 159. 

Douglas, General, 126; Jemima, 126. 

Dowell, Edward, 52 ; Mary, 52. 

Downs, Elizabeth, 144; Robert, 144. 

D'Oyley, John, 149; Priscilla, 149. 

Drake, Anne, 34, 36, 38; Dame Anne, 
33, 34; Anne Pollexfen, 37; Dawsonne, 
36 ; Dorothy, 32-34 ; Dame Dorothy, 
33, 34; Captain Duncomb, R.N., 35; 
Elizabeth, 32, 33, 35, 37 ; Dame 
Elizabeth, 32, 33, 36; Frances, 33; 
Francis, 33, 34 ; Sir Francis, 32, 33, 

34 ; Francis Duncomb, 35 ; Sir Francis 
Henry, Bt. , 34 ; Sir Francis Samuel, 
Bt. , 36 ; Vice-.-\dmiral P'rancis William, 

35 ; George, 36 ; Gertrude, 33 ; Grace, 
33. 35. 38 ; Henry, 33, 36, 37 ; Jane, 
32. 37 ; Joa"' 34. 37 ; Dame Joan, 32 ; 



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John, 33-35 ; Joseph, 38 ; Margaret, 33, 
38 ; Mariana, 35 ; Mary, 33, 34 ; Dame 
Nlarj', 32 ; Pollexfen, 35 : Dame Pooley, 
36 ; Prudence, 35 ; Sarah, 37 : Sophia, 
35, 36 ; Sophia Pitt, 38 ; Susan, 34 ; 
Susanna, 36; Thomas, 32, 34; Wilham, 

36- ^ . 

Draycott, Eleanor, 144 ; Francis, 144. 

Dring, Edmund, 4 ; Mary, 4, see Garforth. 

Drope, Matthew, 23. 

Ducie, Mathew, Lord, 98. 

Dugdale, Sir William, 73. 

Dukenfield, Dorothy, 140: Edward, 140. 

Dumaresq, Anne, 80; Lieut. -Colonel John, 
80; Marianne, 80. 

Duncombe, George, 33 ; Mary, 33. 

Durand, Louise, 77 ; .\Larie, 77. 

Dutton, Ann, 59, 60, 138; Anne Margaret, 
60 ; Elizabeth, Lady Sherborne, 59 ; 
Elizabeth Jane, 59 ; Frances, 61 ; 
Frances Mary, 60; Grisell, 130; 
Honor, 61 ; James, Lord Sherborne, 
59 ; James Henry Legge, Lord 
Sherborne, 60 ; James Lenox, 59 : 
Jane, 59, 61 ; Jemima, 61 ; John, Lord 
Sherborne, 60; Rev. John, 130; John 
Lenox, 59 ; .Mary, 61 ; Mary, Lady 
Sherborne, 60; Dame Mary, 59; Ralph, 
61; Sir Ralph, Bt., 59; Thomas, 61, 
1 38 : see Napier and Sherborne. 

Dyke, Sir Thomas, Bt., 47, 48. 

Dysart, Grace, Countess of, 84 ; Lyonel, 
Earl of, 84. 



Earle, Adam, liS, 119: Alice, 117: 
Anne, 119; Dorothy, 118, 119; Eleanor, 
117; Elizabeth, 1 17, 1 18; Gregory, 
117; Hardman, Iig; Sir Henry, Bt., 
120; Jane, 118; Jane Elizabeth, 118; 
John, 117, 120; Katharine, 118; 
Maria, 119; Mary, 117-119; Peter, 
118; Rev. Peter, 118, 120 ; Ralph, 
119; Richard, 119; Sar.ah, I17, 118; 
Thomas, 117-119: Sir Thomas, Bt., 
120; William, 119: .rtV Willis. 

Edgley, Ann, 68; Rev. Samuel, 68. 

Edwards, Anna, 31 ; Anne, 31 ; James, 31 ; 
John, 31 ; Mary, 3, 31 ; Thomas, 3. 

Egerton, Dame Frances, 121 ; John, Earl of 
Bridgewater, 163; Lady Mary, 163; Sir 
Ralph, 121. 

Elford, Elizabeth, 32; John, 32. 

Eliott, Elliot, Albinia, 39 ; Hon^^ Anne, 
44 ; Anne Pollexfen, 37 ; Francis 
Augustus, Lord Heathfield, 37 ; George 
Augustus, Lord Heathfield, 37, 44 ; Sir 
Gilbert, Bt., 37; Sir William, 39. 

Ellison, Rebecca, 131 ; Richard, 131 ; 
William, 131. 

Eriscy, Mary, 162; Richard, 162. 

Errington, John, 145; Maria, 145. 

Er.skine, Louisa, Lady, 105 ; Thomas 
Americus, Lord, 105. 

Essex, Robert, Earl of, 141. 



Evance, Mariana, 35 ; Thomas, 35. 

Eve, Margaret, 8. 

Evelyn, Arthur, 58 ; Charles, 67 ; Jane, 67 ; 

Mary, 58, 67 ; Sophia, 67 ; Thomas, 58 ; 

Sir Thomas, 67. 
Everilt, Mar)-, 31 ; Sarah, 30; William, 31. 
Ewer, Anthony, 131: Elizabeth, 131. 
Eyre, Alice, 129; Charlotte, 7; Isabel, 

129; Ven'''" Joiin, 7; Nathaniel, 129. 



p'airfax. Sir Thomas, 95. 

Falmouth, Charles, Earl of, 159; Mary, 
Countess of, 159. 

Fane, Henrietta, Countess De Salis, 35 ; 
Jerome, Count De Salis, 35. 

Farington, Mary, 114; Thomas, 114. 

Farnfold, Alice, 13; Anthony, 13; Eliza- 
beth, 13; WiUiam, 13. 

Farnworth, Dorothy, 103 ; Edward, 103. 

Favre, Anne, 80; Henri, 80. 

Fazakerly, Alice, 13S; Roger, 13S. 

Feckenham, Alice, 124; Joan, 124; Rev. 
Thomas, 124. 

Ferrard, Arabella, Ladv, 88 ; Sir Henry, 
Lord, 88. 

Few, Charles, 9. 

Field, John, 130; Sarah, 130. 

Filliol, Anne, i : Sir William, i. 

Find), Elizabeth, 117; Mary, 117; Ralph, 
117. 

Fisher, Elizabeth, 8 ; Francis, 6 ; Jane, 6 ; 
John, 8 ; Rt. Rev. John, Bishop of 
Salisbury, 87 ; Mary Lawrens, 87 ; 
Octavia, 6; Samuel, 87. 

Fishwick, Mary Amelia, 126. 

Fitch, Anne, 170; Meliora, 167; William, 
167, 170. 

Fitzgerald, James D., 43; Mary .Anne, 43. 

FitzHardinge, Anne, Viscountess, 158; 
Barbara, Viscountess, 163 ; Charles, 
Viscount, 158 ; John, Viscount, 158, 
163; Maurice, Viscount, 158; Penelope, 
Viscountess, 158. 

Fitzroy, Lady Caroline, 145 ; Charles, 
Duke of Grafton, 145. 

Fitzwilliam, Frances, 8 ; Philippa, 8 ; 
William, 8. 

Fletcher, Frances, 81; Richard, 81. 

Foljambe, Elizabeth, 7 ; John Savile, 7. 

Ford, Susanna, 36. 

Forster, Henrietta, 35; William, 35. 

de la Forterie, Jacob, 166; Jane, 166. 

Forth, Amy, 112; Hugh, 112; Sarah, 
112. 

Foulshurst, Joan, 139; Robert, 139. 

P"owle, Anthony, 39; Barbara, 39; Eliza- 
beth, 40, 46, 47 ; Jane, 40, 46 ; Samuel, 
40, 46, 47. 

Fowler, Hester, 85 ; Dame Mary, 85 ; Sir 
William, Bt., 85. 

Fownes, Meliora, 167; Thomas, 167. 

Fox, Anne, 130; John, 130; — , 107. 

France, Joan, 104; John, 104; Sarah, 103; 
Thomas Wilson, 103. 



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Francis, Ivlward, 83 ; Elizabclh, 83 ; 

William, 83. 
Frank, Franke, Alice, 129; Elizabeth, 39; 

John, 129. 
French, Anne, 29 ; Barbara, 39 ; Bridget, 

24; Catherine, 25; Edward, 24; Frances, 

29 : Joan, 39 ; Margaret, 25 ; Margery, 

24; Martin, 25; Mary, 25; Nicholas, 24; 

Sir Peter, 25; R., 29; Robert, 25; 

Stephen, 39. 
Freeman, I'enelope, 35; R., 35 
Frere, John, 116; Mary, 116; William, 

116. 
Fry, Agnes, 50 ; Alice, 50 ; Anna, 53 ; 

Anne, 67 ; Catharine Susanna, 54 ; 

Catherine, 55 ; Christopher, 50 ; Edith, 

50 ; Edward Alexander Mercy, 54 ; 

Elizabeth, 53, 55 ; Elizabeth Jane, 55 ; 

Gilbert, 52; Grace, 51, 53; Henry 

Sampson, 54 ; Honor, 52 ; Hugh, 50 ; 

Isabella, 51; Jane, 52, 53; Joan, 50; 

John, 50, 53, 67; Joseph, 53, 54; 

Josepha, 55 : Magdalene, 55 ; Nlargaret 

Tyers, 54 ; Mary, 50-53 ; Nathaniel, 53 ; 

Rebecca, 52, 54 ; Robert, 50 ; Sarah, 

53 ; Stephen, 50, 52 ; Susanna, 55 ; 

Susanna Catherine, 54 ; Thomas, 50, 

51 ; Thomasine, 51 ; William, 51, 52, 

55- 

Fuller, Alice, 45 ; Anne, 38, 39, 44, 
46 ; Ashburnham, 41 ; Augustus 
Eliott, 38 ; Barbara, 40 ; Cecily, 
40 ; Cheyney, 40, 45 ; Edmund, 42 ; 
Edward, 45, 46 ; Eleanor, 38, 43 ; 
Elizabeth, 38-40, 42-45, 48, 49 ; Eva, 
39 ; Frances, 39, 42, 43, 45 ; Francis, 
39, 45 ; French, 41 ; Hans, 41 ; 
Henry, 39, 49 ; Rev. Henry, 42 ; 
Hevah, 45 ; Ithamar, 41 ; Jane, 40, 45 ; 
Joan, 39, 40, 45; John, 39-42, 45-49; 
John Trayton, 38, 44 ; Joseph, 39, 45 ; 
Margery, 39; Martha, 41; Mary, 41, 
44 : Mary Anne, 43 ; Naomi, 45 ; 
I'hiladelphia, 41; Philippa, 44; Rose, 
41, 43, 49; Samuel, 39-42, 45, 46, 48; 
Sarah, 40, 41, 44, 45 ; Stephen, 38, 42, 
44, 47-49 ; Thomas, 38, 39, 41 -43, 47, 48 ; 
William, 42. 

FuHer-Eliott-Drake, Sir Francis, Bl., 

32-35. 37- 
Fyneux, Joan, 155; Sir John, 155. 



Gallet, Jeanne, 76. 

Gandy, Elizabeth, 62. 

Garforth, Rev. Edmund, 4; Elizabeth, 4; 

Mary, 4 ; William, 4 ; see Dring. 
Garrard, Rev. Humfrey, 23. 
Garston, George, 100; Margaret, 100. 
Gayer, Christian, 159; John, 159. 
Gell, Dame Elizabeth, 5; Sir John, Bt., 5; 

Dame Mary, 5. 
Gendrault, James, 158; Jane Berkeley, 

158. 



Gerard, Anne, 57, 95 ; Dame Anne, 139 j 
Catherine, 95; Dame Dorothy, 144; 
Elizabeth, 57, 139; Frances, 139, 144, 
145; Sir Gilbert, 139; John, 57; 
Thomas, 95; Thomas, Lord, 139; Sir 
Thomas, 139; .Sir Thomas, Bt., 144, 145. 

Gerrard, Sir Gilbert Cosyn, Bt., 159; 
Dame Mary, 159. 

Gey, Martha, 1 34; Rev. Stephen, 134. 

Gibbes, Elizalieth, 122; Henry, 122. 

Gibbings, Mary Woolley, 86; Robert, 85. 

Gibbons, Mary, 93 ; Sarah, 93 ; Thomas, 

93- 

Giffard, John, 62; Ursula, 62. 

Gifford, Anne, 165; Sir Henry, 165. 

Gilbert, E^lizalieth, 165; John, 165. 

Gilmot, Marie Annie, 77. 

Glazier, John, 95 ; Mary, 95. 

Glegg, Dame Elizabeth, 86 ; Hester, 98 ; 

Sir William, 86, 98. 
Glover, Boyar, 69 ; Ehzabeth Stuart, 69. 
Gobert, Anne, 94, 95 ; John, 94 ; Lucy, 94. 
Goddard, Ambrose, 149, 150; Ambrose 

Lethbridge, 150; Anne, 149, 150; 

Edward, 149: Elizabeth, 149: Elizabeth 

Maria, 149; Emma, 150; Henry, 150; 

Jessie Dorothea, 150; Lucy, 1 50; Mary, 

149; Pleydcll, 150; Priscilla, 149, 156; 

Rev. Richard, 149, 150; Sarah, 150; 

Sarah Marva, 149; Thomas, 149. 
Godfrey, Grisell, 130; Willoughby, 130. 
Godolphin, Dame Dorothy, 157 ; Sir 

Francis, 157; Penelope, 158; Dame 

Thomasine, 158; Sir William, Bt., 157, 

158. 
Golding, \\ illiam, 49. 
Goodrich, Agatha Wells, 151 ; Bartlett, 

153; Catharine, 151; John, 151, 152; 

Margaret, 151 ; Mary, 151 ; Mary 

Shedden, 153 ; Molly, 152 ; Wilham, 

151. 
Gore, Anne, 116; Charles, 131; Elizabeth, 

131 ; John, 116. 
Gorges, Edmund, 157; Mary, 157. 
Gormanston, Frances, Viscountess, 146 ; 

Margaret, Viscountess, 146 ; Jernico, 

Viscount, 146. 
Gostlett, Benjamin, 122, 127 ; Elizabeth, 

122; Helena, 122, 127; John, 123; 

Mary, 123. 
Gough, Cicil, 149; Jeremiah, 149. 
Gould, John, m ; Judith, III; Margaret, 

18; William Drake, 18. 
Grafton, Charles, Duke of, 145. 
Graham-Toler, Elizabeth, Countess of 

Norbury, 72 ; Lady Georgina Isabella 

Eleanor, 72 ; Hector John, Earl of 

Norbury, 72. 
Green, Greene, Giles, 115; Hester, 89; 

Ireland, 135; Isaac, 135; Katherine, 

115; Major, 89; Mary, 135. 
Greenwood, Joan, 62; Thomas, 62. 
Gregory, Elizabeth, 32. 
Grellier, Harley Mair, 76, 77 : Mary, 76 ; 

Peter Paul, 76. 



181 



Grenfell, Charles Pascoe, 146 ; Lady 
Georgiana Isabella Frances, 146. 

Gresley, Dorothy, 142; Sir Thomas, Bt., 
142. 

Greville, Caroline, 86 ; Meliora, 86 ; 
Captain William FulUe, R.N., 86. 

Grey, Henry, Earl of Kent, 82 : Joan, 15; 
Mary, Countess of Kent, 82; William, 15. 

Griffin, Joseph, 145: Maria, 145. 

Griffin-Stonestreet, Rev. George Stone- 
street, 153; Mary Elizabeth, 153. 

Griffiths, Elizabeth Jane, 55 ; Frederick 
William Stevens, 55. 

Grinling, Anna, 31 ; John, 31. 

Grosvenor, Marj-, 94; Richard, 94. 

Gr^'me, John, 22. 

Gubbiiis, Honor, 61 ; Joseph, 61. 

Guilaud, Marie, 76. 

Guinand, Elizabeth, 54 ; John Henry, 54 ; 
Magdalene, 54 ; Susanna Catherine, 54. 

Guise, Anne, 64 ; Dame Anne, 66 ; Dame 
Elizabeth, 66: Sir John, Bt., 66; 
Susanna, 64 ; Rev. — , 64. 

Gurdon, Abigail, 115; Alice, 106, 107; 
Amy, 106-108, III, 112, 115; Anna 
Maria, 112; Anne, 72, 106-109, m, 
113, 115, 116; Barbara, III; Barrett, 
no; Brampton, 107, 109, no, 114, 116; 
Rev. Brampton, 113; Ven"" Brampton, 
11$; Brampton Philip, 112; Bridget 
Aurea, 113; Christian, 106; Edmund, 
114; Edward, 109, III; Elizabeth, 
107-115; Isabella, 106; Jane, 109, no, 
114; Jemima, 112, 113; Joan, 106; 
John, 75, 106, 108, no, in, 113, 115; 
Rev. John, 112; Joyce, 109; Judith, 
107, III; Katharine, log; Letitia, 
no, 112, 113, 115; Lucy, 108; 
Margaret, 106; Martin, 115; Mary, 
106, in, 114, 116; Matilda, 106: 
Muriel, 107, 114, 115; Nathaniel, no; 
Rev. Nathaniel, 109 ; Rev. Parker, 
113; Philip, 108; Rev. Philip, 112; 
Philip Brampton, 116; Phihppa, 113; 
R.achel, 108; Robert, 106, 107109, in; 
Rose, 106, 112, ti6; Sarah, 112, 116; 
Lieut. -Colonel Theophilus Thornhagh, 
72, 116; Thomas, 114; Thornhagh, 
113, 114, 116; Thornhagh Philip, 
116; William, 106, 109-ni, 116; see 
Dillingham. 

Gurdon-Rebow, Lady Georgina Isabella 
Eleanor, 72; Hector John, 72; John, 
72, 75, 116; Mary Martin, 72; 
see Slater-Rebow. 

Gwillym,Jane Elizabeth, 1 18; Richard, 1 18. 



Hairebie, John, 23. 

Hall, Amy, 124; Jane, 133; William, 124, 

133. 
Halsall, Anne, 138; Henry, 138; Maud, 

138; Sir Thomas, 138. 
Hamilton, Clara, 26; Elizabeth, 170; 

Samuel, 170. 



Hammond, George, 22. 

Hampton, Robert, 19. 

Hanbury, Archibald, 113. 

Hargrave, Mary, 16. 

Harington, Abigail, 126; Alexander, I2i; 
Alice, 122, 124, 127; Amelia, 124; 
Amy, 124; Anne, 122, 123, 125, 127; 
Benjamin, 125; Brabiizon, 126; Colthrop, 
128; Diones, 123; Lady Dionys, 121 ; 
Dorothy, 127; Edward, 124, 12S; 
Elizabeth, 122, 123, 125-127 ; Esther, 
128; Etheldreda, 121; Frances, 121, 
128; Francis, 121; George, 123; 
Gostlett, 127; Hannah, 125; Helena, 
122, 127: Henry, 121, 128; Henry 
Hawes, 125; Hester, 121, 124; Isabella, 

121, 127; James, 121-124, 126; Rev. 
James Eyre, 126; Jane, 123, 124; 
Jemima, 126; Joan, 121; John, 121, 

122, 125, 127, 128; Rev. John, 125; 
Sir John, 121 ; John E. Musgrave, 121, 
122; John Herbert, 124; Margaret, 
126; Martha, 125; Mary, 121-128; 
Dame Mary, 121 ; Mary Amelia, 126; 
Phoebe, 123, 124; Rachel, 125; Rebecca, 
126; Robert, 1 23, 1 24, 12S ; Sarah, 
128; Sidenham, 121; Sophia, 128; 
Susannah, 128; Thomas Talbot, 126 ; 
Virtue, 123; William, 123, 125, 126; 
Rev. William, 128. 

Harrington, Carohne, Countess of, 145 ; 

William, Earl of, 86, 145. 
Harris, Alice, 107 ; Sir WiUiam, 107. 
Harrison, Sarah, 128; Thomas, 128. 
Hart, Dame Frideswide, : ; Katharine, i ; 

Sir Percival, I. 
Harvey, Jaines, 109; Joyce, 109. 
Harvie, Jean, 151, 154; John, 151, 154. 
Haselwood, Dame Elizabeth, 1 67 ; Penelope, 

167; Sir William, 167. 
Hassal, Frances, 82 ; William, 82. 
Hastings, Dorothy, 56; Henry, 56. 
Haughton, Mary, 15. 
Hawarden, Anne, loi ; Thomas, loi. 
Hawes, Rev. Henry, 125; Rachel, 125. 
Hawkins, Elizabeth, 31 ; Thomas, 31. 
Hawley, Dame Elizabeth, 58 : Francis, 

Lord, 58; Gabriel, 167; Sir Henry, 58, 

67; Katherine, 58, 67; Marger)', 167. 
Hay, Dame Eleanor, 163; Dame Frances, 

163; Dame Peggy, 163; Sir Thomas, Bt., 

163. 
Hay-Drummond,Thomas, Earlof KinnouU, 

154- 
Hayman, Elizabeth, 36. 
Heard, Sir Isaac, 73, 74. 
Heathcote, Anne, 34; Elizabeth, 35; Dame 

Elizabeth, 35; Sir Gilbert, Bt., 43; 

Hester, 43 ; John, 4.7, 48 ; Mary, 34 ; 

Samuel, 34; Sir William, Bt. 35. 
Heathfield, Francis Augustus, Lord, 37 ; 

George Augustus, Lord, 37, 44. 
Hebert, Charlotte, 77; John James, 77. 
Hector, George, 92; Penelope, 92. 
Henry VIII., King of England, 121. 



Henshaw, Roberl, 128; Sophia, 128. 
Herbert, Sir Edward, 84 ; Klizaljeth, 

Marchioness of I'owis, 142 ; Hon*''" 

James, 65; Mary, 65; Lady Mary, 142; 

Vere, 84; William, Marquess of Powis, 

142. 
Harris, Elizabeth, 96; Sir William, 96. 
Hesketh, Dame Elizabeth, I,;8 ; Emma 

Anne, 136; Henry, 136; Jacintlia, 93; 

Jessie Catherine, 150 ; Lucy, 93 ; Sir 

Richard, 138; Sir Roberl, Hi., 150; 

Thomas, 93, 150; Sir Thomas IJalrymple, 

Bt., 93, 150. 
Hewgill, Antonina, 7 ; Catherine, 7 ; Rev. 

Henry, 7. 
Heywood, Mary, 119; Richard, 119. 
Hichens, Henry, 72 ; Sarah Emma, 72. 
Higgins, Barbara, in. 
Higginson, Joshua, 123; Virtue, 123. 
Hill, Abigail, 115; Kalherine, 1 11;; Roger, 

"5- 
Hilliard, — , 56. 
Hilton, Anne, 103 ; James, 103 ; Mary, 

103 ; Samuel, 103. 
Hippersley, Catherine, 15; William, 15. 
Hobson, Eleanor, 7 ; Elizabeth, 7 ; 

James, 7. 
Hoden, Elizabeth, 91. 
Hodgson, Emma, 5 ; Rev. Nathaniel, 5. 
Hoghton, Sir Gilbert, 96; Margaret, 96. 
Holbrucke, Alice, 117. 
Holdernesse, Conyers, Earl of, 141 ; 

Frances, Countess of, 141. 
Holford, Abraham, 46 ; Constanlia, 8 ; 

Peter, 8. 
Holland, Hester, 137; John, 157, 169: 

Margaret, 157, 169; Robert, Earl, 159; 

Susan, 157. 
HoUingworth, Hannah, 129; John, 129. 
Holman, Dame Jane, 166; .Sir John, Bt., 

166 ; Mary, 166. 
Honey wood, Elizabeth, 70; )ohn Lamotte, 

70. 
Holyoake, Anne, 91 ; Francis, 91. 
Hooke, Anne, 34; Lieut. -Colonel George 

Philip, 92 ; Jane Elizabeth Matilda, 

92 ; John, 34 ; Mary, 92 ; Thomas, 46. 
Hooper, Thomas, 47 ; John, 47. 
Hopwood, Hon'*'" Cecilia, 147 ; Mary 

Augusta, 147 ; Robert Gregge, 147. 
Horner, Anne, 122, 127 ; Dame Anne, 

122: Edward, 156; Gertrude, 156; 

Sir John, 122, 127, 156. 
Horsford, Grace, 51 ; Joan, 51 ; William, 51. 
Hoskin, Ann, 119; Mary, 1 19; Thomas, 119. 
Houghton, Anne, 137; Richard, 137. 
Howard, Lady Dorothy, 82 ; Eliza- 
beth Jane, Countess of Suffolk, 59 ; 

Lady Frances, 163; Mary, 116; 

Samuel, 116: Theophilus, Earl of 

Suffolk, 163 ; Thomas, Duke of Norfolk, 

82 ; Thomas, Earl of Suffolk, 59. 
Huckle, Anne, 56 ; Philip, 56. 
Huddleston, Helena, 127; Ven'''* Lawson, 

127. 



Hudson, Collett, 22. 

Hulse, Sir Edward, fit., 171; Mary, 171; 

Dame Mary, 171. 
Humherstone, Catherine Maria, 89 ; Philip^ 

89. 
Hurlestone, John, 99; Mary, 99. 
Hussey, Elizabeth, 82; Mary, 169; Robert, 

82 ; Thomas, 169. 



Iken, Thomas, 105 ; see Cro.sse. 

Inians, William, 46. 

Ingoldsby, Frances, 60 ; Lieut. -General 

Richard, 60; — , 59. 
Ireland, Anne, loi ; Laurence, loi ; Lucy, 

94; Robert, 94. 
Isted, Thomas, 48. 



Jackson, Ann, 68; Frances, 68; John, 68; 

Letitia, 113; Rev. Thomas, 113. 
Tacomb, Amy, 112; Thomas, ri2; William, 

1 12. 
Jansey, Frances, 79. 
Jeffery, Jane, 14; Richard, 14. 
Jenery, Elizabeth, 59; Henry, 59. 
Jenkins, Anthonina, 4; Sarah, 22; Tobias, 4. 
Jenney, Margery, i ; Sir William, 1. 
Jermyn, Agnes, 106; Sir Thomas, 106. 
Jessop, Thomasine, 57. 
Johnstone, Amelia, 124; Edward, 93; 

Elizabeth, 93. 
Joliffe, Anne, 1 1 1 ; John, III; William, 

III. 
Jones, Anne, So. 

Joselyn, Anne, 14; Mary, 14; fvichard, 14. 
Jude, Dorothy. 14. 
Justus, Ann, 23. 



Keble, Alice, 155; Henry, 155. 

Keen, Christopher, 15S; Jane Berkeley, 

158. 
Kemball, Letitia, 113. 
Ken, Christopher, 157; Elizabeth, 157. 
Kensington, Christian, Lady, 159; Henry, 

Lord, 159. 
Kent, Henry, Earl of, 82 ; Mary, Countess 

of, 82. 
Keppel, Lady Anne Amelia, 61 ; William 

Charles, Earl of Albemarle, 61. 
Kerfoot, Alice, 137; Walter, 137. 
Kerr, Anne, Countess of Ancram, 165 ; 

Robert, Earl of Ancram, 165. 
Kerren, Thomas, 45. 
Keynell, Thomas, 51 ; Thomasine, 51. 
ICilligrew, Anne, 156; Elizabeth, 155, 

158; Sir Henry, 156; Dame Margaret, 

155; Sir William, 155, 158. 
Kilmorey, Frances, Viscountess, 85 ; 

Robert, Viscount, 81, 83, 85. 
King, Benjamin, 21, 22; Rev. Charles, 

113; Eleanor PhiUips, 21; Jeinima, 

113; Lucy Ann, 22; Philadelphia, 84; 

Thomas, 84. 



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KinnouU, Thomas, Earl of, 154. 

Kirwan, Mary, 25. 

Kitchin, Agnes, 135 ; Elizabeth, 133 ; 

Thomas, 135: William, 133. 
Kitson, Margaret, 1 57; Thomas, 157. 
Knight, Elizabeth, 39, 45. 
Knightley, Letitia, 109; William, 109. 
Knipe, Robert, 43; Sarah Maria, 43. 
Knowell, Alice, 165; William, 165. 
Knowles, Anne, 14 ; Elizabeth, 69 ; Sir 

Francis, 14. 
Knox, Lucy, 27; Mar}-, 27! William, 27. 
Knyvett, Abigail, 107 ; Sir Thomas, 107. 



Lacon, Hester, 85 ; John, 85. 
Lacon-Barker, Anne, 131 ; Caroline, 131 ; 

Thomas, 131. 
Lade, John, 48. 

Lake, Mary, 4 ; Sir Thomas, 4. 
Lambard, Aurea, 113; Bridget Aurea, 113; 

Multon, 113. 
Lambart, Charles, 61 ; Frances, 61. 
Lambold, Alice, 13. 
Lancaster, Frances, 99. 
Langford, Ellis, 50; Joan, 50. 
Langley, Dorothy, 5; Elizabeth, 40; John, 

40; Richard, 5 ; — , 134. 
Langton, Anne, loi ; Robert, lOl. 
Larceron, Madelaine, 77 ; — , 77- 
Lawley, Jane, S ; Dame Jane, 5 ; Robert, 

Lord Wenlock, 5; Sir Robert, Bt., 5. 
Lawrence, Alice, 138 ; Sir John, 70, 138 ; 

Katharine, 109 ; Rachel, 70 ; Richard, 109. 
Lawson, Elizabeth, 9; Dame Elizabeth, 9; 

Sir John, Bt., 9. 
Leake, Elizabeth, 91 ; John, 91 ; Penelope, 

91- 
Ledgett, Ann, 20. 
Lee, Anne, 158; Dame Eleanor, 15S ; Sir 

Henry, Bt., 1 58; Hester, 98; Nathaniel, 

89; Robert, 98; Sidney, 89. 
Legh, Anne, 94, 95, 97-99, 103 ; Anne 

Mary, 105 ; Charles, 95, 98 ; Dorotliy, 

97, 99; Edward, 95, 97; Eleanor, 97; 

Elizabeth, 96-99 : Ellen, 140; Frances, 

96-99; George John, 135; Henry, 96, 

97, 99 ; Hester, 98 ; Isabella, 97 ; 
jane, 105 ; Joan, 97 ; Johanna, 
"96, 98; John, 95-97; Louisa, 105; 
Lucy, 94, 95, 98 ; Lucy Frances, 97 ; 
Margaret, 95-97, 99 ; Dame Margaret, 
94; Mary, 94, 95, 97-99, 103, 135: 
Penelope, 99 ; Peter, 96, 97 ; Sir 
Peter, 140 ; Ralph, 96 ; Richard, 95, 

98, 99 ; Robert, 96, 99, 103; Sybel, 94 ; 
Thomas, 94, 96-99, 103, 105 ; Urian, 
96 ; Sir Urian, 94 ; see Crosse. 

Leicester, Anne Amelia, Countess of, 61 ; 

Elizabeth, 94 ; Sir Ralph, 94 ; Thomas, 

Earl of, 59 ; Thomas William, Earl of, 

61. 
Leigh, George, 118; Henry, 95; Jane, 

136; Martha, 118; Mary, 95, 136; 

Rev. Peter, 136. 



Leke, Lady Frances, 146 ; Francis, Earl 

of Scarsdale, 146. 
Lemyng, James, 70 ; Mary, 70. 
Leslie, Anne, 113; Colonel Charles 

Powell, 113. 
Lethbridge, Dame Anne, 150 ; Dame 

Jessie Catherine, 150; Jessie Dorothea, 

150; Sir Thomas Buckler, Bt., 150. 
LethieuUieur, Charles, 171 ; Mary, 171. 
Lever, Anne, 134 ; Thomas, 134. 
Levery, James, 145 ; Maria, 145. 
Lewis, Amelia, 11; Catherine, 83; John, 

II ; Matthew, 152 ; Sophia Elizabeth, 

152 ; Thomas, 83. 
Lewknor, Dorothy, 13; Edward, 13. 
Ley, Lady Dionys, 121 ; James, Earl of 

Marlborough, 121 ; Mary, Countess 

of Marlborough, 121. 
Leycester, Sir Ralph, lOI. 
Lidgater, Eleanor, 38, 43 ; John, 43. 
Lightowlers, James, 138 ; Jane, 138. 
Lindley, Elizabeth, 130: William, 130. 
Lindsey, Edward, 51; Mary, 51. 
Lintall, Thomas, 49. 
Lisle, Elizabeth, 108; John, Lord, 108. 
Littleton, Bllizabeth, i; Sir John, i. 
Lock, Thomas, 73, 74. 
Lockwood, Anne, 134; Christopher, 134; 

John, 89 ; Matilda, 89. 
Locock, Rev. Aaron, 11 ; Rev. Alfred 

Henry, II ; Dame Amelia, II ; Anne, 

II ; Charles, II ; Sir Charles, Bt., 11 ; 

Sir Charles Brodie, Bt., II ; Christopher, 

1 1 ; Emma, 1 1 ; Frances, 1 1 ; Henry, 1 1 ; 

Maria, 1 1 ; Mary, 1 1 ; Mary Anne, 1 1 ; 

Susanna, 11 ; William, II. 
London, Rt. Rev. Robert Lowth, Bishop 

of, 1 28. 
Londonderry, Cicely, Countess of, 2 ; 

Thomas, Earl of, 2. 
Long, Calthrop (Parker), 123 ; Diones, 

123; Henry, 123; Rebecca, 123; Sir 

Walter, Bt., 123 ; see Parker. 
Longworth, Agnes, 135; Elizabeth, 135; 

Joan, 104; Ralph, 104, 135. 
Lorn, Marie, 77. 

Lotus, Anne, 103; Rev. WiUiam, 103. 
Lowth, Frances, 128 ; Rev. Robert, 

128; Rt. Rev. Robert, Bishop of 

London, 128. 
Lucas, Anne, 14 ; Thomas, 14. 
Lucy, Bridget, 143; EUzabeth, 64; Jacob, 

64: Margaret, 143; Robert, 143. 
Ludwell, Frances, 160; Philip, 160. 
Lullin, Fran?oise, 79' 
Lumley, General the Hon*"'" Sir William, 

Lumley-Saunderson, Henrietta, Countess 
of ScarbrDUgh, 6 ; Richard, Earl of 
Scarbrough, 6. 

Lutlrcll, — , 157. 

Lyde, Elizabeth, 125; William, 125. 

Lygon, Eleanor, 155 ; Margaret, 155 ; 
William, 155. 

Lyll, Robert, 23. 



184 



Lynch, Catherine, 28 ; Dame Elizabeth, 24; 
Sir Henry, Bt., 24; Isidore, 28; Jane, 
28; Julia, 28; Lynch, 25; Marf;arct, 24; 
Mark, 28 ; Maurice, 25 ; Philadelphia, 
84; Sir Robert, Bl., 28; Sir Thomas, 
84; Dame Verc, 84. 

Lytton, Elizabeth, 107; Sir Robert, 107. 



Maberly, Mary, 17; Stephen, 17^ 
Macclesfield, Thomas, Earl uf, 35. 
Mace, Anne, 52 ; Gilbert, 52 ; Rebecca, 52. 
Macie, Amy, 124; Rev. David, 124. 
Macro, Mary, 70; Thomas, 70. 
Macwilliani, Cicely, 2 ; Henry, 2. 
Maddison, Charles, 127; Mary, 127. 
Maghull, Alice, 138; Eleanor, 138; Robert, 

138. 
Mainwaring, Sir Arthur, 81 ; Cicely, 81 ; 

George, 81 ; Sir Henry Mainwaring, Bt., 

89; Mary, 81, 87; Dame Sophia, 89; 

Thomas, 81. 
Mair, Hugh Campbell, 18; Mary, 18. 
Majendie, Anne, 87 ; Rt. Rev. Henry 

William, Bishop of Chester, 87 ; Mary 

Ann, 87. 
Mallett, Elizabeth, 122; Sir John, 122. 
Malte, Etheldreda, 121; John, 121. 
Mansel, Elizabeth, 70; Sir Lewis, Bt., 70. 
Markham, Dame Anne, 121 ; Isabella, 121 ; 

Sir John, 121. 
Marlborough, James, Earl of, 121 ; Mary, 

Countess of, 121. 
Marshall, Elizabeth, 157. 
Martin, Abigail, 126 ; Christick, 24 ; 

Dorothy, 71 ; Elizabeth, 24, 37 ; Rev. 

Hudson, 126; Isabella, 106; Jane, 28; 

Martha, 41 ; Mathew, 71 ; Richard, 24, 

28; Thomas, 37, 71, 106; see Rebow 

and Rebow- Martin. 
Martineau, Is.aac, 76 ; Jane, 78 ; Madelaine, 

76 ; Marie Jeanne, 76 ; Marie Jeannette, 

76. 
Marton, OUver, 48. 
Massey, Dorothy, 82 ; William, 82. 
Master, James, 38; Joyce, 38; Mary, 61 ; 

Thomas, 61. 
Mather, Rev. Frederick Vaughan, 80. 
Matthew, Honor, 52; Rev. John, 52. 
Mawdesley, Ehzabeth, 118; Frances, 104; 

Robert, 118; Rev. Thomas, 104. 
Mawhood, Jane, 132; Richard, 132. 
Maxwell, Charles Robbins, 90. 
May, Mary, 11. 

Maynard, Johanna, 96; Sir John, 96. 
Meason, Eliza, 148 ; Mangus G. Laing, 148. 
Mell, Elizabeth, 53; John. 53; Mary, 53. 
Mellish, Anne, 72, 116; William, 72, 116. 
Melville, Constance Philippina, 148 ; 

Georgina, 14S; William, 14S. 
Meriton, Elizabeth, iS; Henry, 18; Sarah, 

17; Thomas, 17. 
Messenger, John, 63 ; Mary, 63. 
Meynell, Frances Olive, 10; George, 10; 

Teresa Mary, 10; Thomas, 10. 



Michel, Joan, 165; Thomas, 165. 

Middleton, Digby, Lord, 6 ; Dorolliy, 
Lady, 5 ; Elizabeth, Lady, 3 ; Francis, 
Lord, 3 ; Georgiana, Lady, 3 ; Henry, 
Lord, 5 ; Jane, Lady, 5 ; Mary, Lady, 3 ; 
Thomas, Lord, 3. 

Mildmay, Dame Alice, 107 ; Dame Amy, 
107; Henry, 107; Sir Henry, 107. 

Mill, Ithamar, 41 ; Hon'''" Richard, 41. 

Mille, Bridget, 15; Margaret, 15 ; William, 

'5- 

Miller, Wilhelmina, 153; Captain William, 
R.N., 153. 

Milward, Edward, 49. 

Mitchell, Mary, 63. 

Mitford, Lady Georgiana Jemima, 14S ; 
Henry Revely, 148. 

Moffat, Elizabeth, 127; James, 126; 
Marg.aret, 126; William, 127. 

Molyneux, Adam, 142 ; Alexander, 140 ; 
Alice, 139, 141, 144; Anne, 138-140, 
142, 143; Lady Anne, 147; Dame Anne, 
138; Anthony, 138; Bridget, 138, 140, 
145 ; Lady Bridget, 147 ; Bridget Lucy, 
Viscountess, 143 ; Lady Caroline 
Harriett, 148 ; Caryll, Viscount, 142, 
144; Hon"' Caryll, 142; Cecily, 138; 
Charles William, Earl of Sefton, 145, 
147; Lady Charlotte, 144; Constance 
Philippina Georgina, 148 ; Dorothy, 
140 ; Hon''''= Dorothy Frances, 143 ; .Sir 
Edmund, 141 ; Edward, 139 ; Hon''''= 
Edward, 146 ; Eleanor, 138, 141 ; 
Dame Eleanor, 138 ; Hon''''' Eliza, 148 ; 
Elizabeth, 96, 140, 146; Dame Elizabeth, 
138 ; Hon'''' Elizabeth, 147 ; Ellen, 96, 
141; Fleetwood, 140; Frances, 144; 
Frances, Viscountess, 141 ; Dame 
Frances, 139 ; Hon'''" Frances, 143, 
145, 146 ; Lady Frances, 148 ; Francis, 
140 ; Hon*"'" Francis George, 148 ; 
Hon*''" George Berkely, 148 ; Lady 
Georgiana Isabella Frances, 146 ; Lady 
Georgiana Jemima, 148 ; Gilbert, 142 ; 
Helen, 140 ; Hon'''" Henry Richard, 
148 ; Isabella, Countess of Sefton, 145 ; 
Jane, 139, 141; Dame Jane, 138; 
Joan, 139; John, 139, 140; Julia, 147; 
Lady Katherine, 148 ; Lady Louisa 
Anne Maria, 148 ; Margaret, 138, 142, 
147; Hon*"'" Margaret, 146; Hon'''"' 
Maria, 145 ; Lady Maria, 147 ; Maria 
Margaretta, Countess of Sefton, 146 ; 
Mary, 102 ; Mary, Viscountess, 140, 
142, 143; Hon''''= Mary, 142-144, 146; 
Mary Augusta, Countess of Sefton, 147 ; 
Richard, 102, 139, 140 ; Richard, Vis- 
count, 140, 141, 143 ; Hon''!" Richard, 
142; Sir Richard, 96, 9S, 138, 139; 
Robert, 138; Thomas, 96, 138, 141, 
143 ; Hon'''' Thomas, 143, 145 ; Sir 
Thomas, 13S: Sir Vivian, 141; William, 
138, 143 ; William, Viscount, 143, 144 ; 
Hon"' William, 143 ; Sir William, 138 ; 
William Phihp, Earl of Sefton, 146. 



•85 



Monington, Mary Anne, lo ; Thomas, lo ; 

see Webbe-Weston. 
Montagu, Francis, Viscount, 142 ; Mary, 

Viscountess, 142. 
Moore, Alice, lOl ; Anne, loi ; Dorothy, 

144; Edith, 50; Eleanor, 13S; Florence, 

2: Jane, 13S; John, loi, 13S: Richard, 

50; Thomas, 2: William, 138. 
More, Eleanor, 138; William, 138. 
Moreton, Elizabeth, 91 ; Mathew, Lord 

Ducie, 98; Thomas, 91. 
Morin, Catherine Marie, 76 ; Louis, 76 ; 

Marie, 76. 
Morland, Dame Mary, 159; Sir Samuel, 

Bt., 159. 
Morrice, Hugh, 82 ; Margaret, 82. 
Mort, Adam, 118; Martha, 118; Mary, 

liS. 
Moseley, James, 93 ; Mar>-, 93. 
Mostyn, Sir Edward, Bt., 144; Dame 

Eleanor, 144; Dame Elizabeth, 144; 

Dame Mary, 144. 
Mountjoy, AUce, Lady, 155; William, 

Lord, 155. 
Mowberry, John, 23. 
Moysey, Joan, 27 ; John, 27. 
Mundy, Edward Miller, 3 ; Georgiana, 3. 
Munro, Millicent, 152; Robert Duncan, 

152. 
Mychell, Roger, 19. 
Mynors, Roland, 3; Theodosia, 3. 



Napier, Napper, Alice, 57 ; Andrew, 169 ; 
Anna Maria, 60 ; Anne, 56, 58, 59, 62, 
67 ; Blanche, 66 ; Dame Blanche, 64 ; 
Blanche Catharine, 66 ; Dame Bridget, 
65 ; Catharine, 66 ; Dame Catherine, 56, 
65 ; Charles, 63 ; Sir Charles, Bt., 67 ; 
Christopher, 63 ; Diana, 66 ; Dorothy, 
58, 59 ; Edmund, 62, 63 ; Edward, 56, 
62 ; Elizabeth, 59, 61-64, 66 ; Dame 
Elizabeth, 57, 59, 65 ; Frances, 59, 
60, 63 ; Francis, 63 ; George, 62, 63, 
67 ; Gerard, 59, 64 ; Sir Gerard, 
57, 64, 65 ; Henry, 59 ; Isabel, 62 ; 
James, 56, 58, 59, 64 : Jane, 59, 60, 65 ; 
Joan, 62 ; John, 56, 58, 63 : Joyce, 62 ; 
Katherine, 58, 67 ; Lenox, 64 ; Lelitia, 
169 ; Magdalen, 57 ; Dame Magdalen, 
56 ; Margaret, 62, 63, 66 ; Dame 
Margaret, 57, 64 ; Mary, 58, 62-64, 67 ; 
Dame Melony, 67 ; Rev. Nathaniel, 
5S; Sir Nathaniel, 57,64, 65; Nicholas, 
57; Robert, 58, 64, 67; Lieut. -General 
Robert, 58 ; Sir Robert, 56, 67 : Sarah, 
59 ; Sophia, 67 ; Dame Sophia, 67 ; 
Dame Susanna, 64 ; Theodcsia, 67 ; 
Thomas, 63 ; Thomasina, 63 ; Thoniasine, 
57 ; Ursula, 62 ; William, 56, 58, 60, 
62 ; Sir William, Bt., 65 ; Wyndham, 
64-66; see Dutton. 

Naunton, Elizabeth, 31 ; Mary, 31 ; 
William, 31. 

Naville, Isabeau, 79; Jean, 79. 



Neale, Mary, 31; Thomas, 31. 
Needham, Frances, 81, 83; Frances, 

Viscountess Kilmorey, 85 ; Robert, 

Viscount Kilmorey, 81, 83, 85. 
Nevill, Neville, Dame Anne, 156, 166; 

Captain Edward, R.N., 70; Elizabeth, 

156; Hannah, 70; Henry, 62; Sir 

Henry, 156; Margaret, 62; Mary, 70; 

Sir Thomas, 166; William, Lord 

Abergavenny, 70. 
Newcastle, Anna Maria, Duchess of, 86 ; 

Thomas, Duke of, 86. 
Newman, Mary, 32. 
Newnham, George Lewis, 105 ; Louisa, 

105 ; Mary Diana, 105. 
Newport, Lady Elizabeth, 163 ; Richard, 

Earl of Bradford, 163. 
Newton, Apsley, 16 ; Elizabeth, 16 ; 

Grace, 16. 
Nicholls, Martha, 125 ; Robert, 125. 
Nicholson, Anne, 133 ; Dorothy, 133 ; 

Humphrey, 133. 
Noakes, Anne, 44, 48, 49 ; EHzabeth, 44, 

48, 49 ; Lawrence, 44, 48, 49. 
Norbury, Elizabeth, Countess of, 72 ; 

Hector, John, Earl of, 72. 
Norfolk, Bernard Edward, Duke of, 75 ; 

Charles, Duke of, 73 ; Edward, Duke of, 

78; Henry, Duke of, 73, 120; Thomas, 

Duke of, 82. 
Norreys, Dame Eleanor, 141 ; Letitia, 

100; Thomas, 100; Sir William, 141. 
Norris, Lsabel, 133; Margaret, 133; 

Robert, 133. 
Northwick, John, Lord, 69 ; Rebecca, 

Lady, 69. 
Northumberland, George, Duke of, 147. 
Nottingham, Amy, !o8. 
Nutt, Anna, 46 ; Anne, 39, 46 ; John, 46 ; 

Rev. John, 39 ; Sir Thomas, Bt., 46. 



O'Brien, Frances, 28; Henry, 28. 
Offley, Elizabeth, 42 ; Thomas, 42. 
Oglander, Elizabeth, 65; Sir John, Bt., 

65 ; Dame Margaret, 65. 
Oliver, Frances, 99. 
O'Neill, Dame Frances, 145; Sir Neill, Bt., 

145. 
Only, John, Si ; Mary, Si. 
Onslow, Arthur, 36; Lieut. -Colonel George, 

36; Jane, 36; Pooley, 36. 
O'Keiliy, Edward, 132; Elizabeth, 132. 
Ormsby, Sir Charles Montague, Bt., 72: 

Dorothy, 59 ; Dame Elizabeth, 72 ; Sir 

James, Bt., 72; Dame Mary .Martin, 72, 

75; Sir Thomas, Bt., 72, 75. 
Osbaldiston, Alexander, 138; Cecily, 138; 

Maud, 138. 
Osborne, Henry, 27 ; Mary, 27, 143 ; 

Peter, 143; Samuel, 48. 
Osmotherley, Rev. John, 23. 
Otway, .\urea, 113; Francis, 1 13. 
Owen, Johanna, 98; John, 98. 
Oxford, Edward, Eail of, 165. 



186 



Pain, Ann, 77; James, 77. 
Palmer, Ann, 131: Rev. Charles, 131; 
Mary, 15; Mary Dorothy, 131: Thomas, 

15- 
Palmcr-Acland, Sir John, Ut., 43; Dame 

Sarah Maria, 43 ; see Acland. 
Palmerslon, Henry, Viscount, 160, 161. 
Parham, Jane, 53; John, 53. 
Parker, Anne, 104, 108 ; Sir Calthrop, 

108 ; Lady Elizabeth, 35 ; James, 102 ; 
Mary, 102 ; Dame Mercy, 108 ; Sir 
Philip, Bt., 123 ; Dame Rebecca, 

123; Robert, 104; Thomas, Earl of 
Macclesfield, 35; see Lonf;. 
Parkinson, George, 136; Isabel, 136. 
Parr, Anne, 133; jane, 133. 
Pasham, Mary, II. 
Patrick, Anne, 152; James, 152. 
Patten, Frances, 136; Margaret, 134; 

Mary, 97 ; Thomas, 1 34, 136. 
Paule, Amy, 23; Robert, 23. 
Paulett, Sir Anthony, 58 ; Elizabeth, 

58. 
Pawlett, Lady Anne, 166; Lady Elizabeth, 

166; John, Marquis of Winchester, 166; 

Lord Thomas, 166. 
Payne, Edward, 16; Elizabeth, 16; Mary, 

17; Richard, 17. 
Pearson, Anne, 91, 93 ; Edward, 91, 93 ; 

Elizabeth, 91-93 ; Humphrey, 91 ; Jane 

Elizabeth Matilda, 92 ; John, 91, 92 ; 

Lucy, 93 ; Penelope, 93 ; Sarah, 93 ; 

Thomas, 92 ; Rev. Thomas, 93. 
Pedder, Richard, 103; Sarah, 103. 
Peers, Elizabeth, 69 ; Richard, 69. 
Peirce, Sir Thomas, Bt., 46. 
Pelham, Elizabeth, 112; Herbert, 112. 
Pelham-Clinton, Lady Anna Maria, 86 ; 

Anna Maria, Duchess of Newcastle, 86 ; 

Thomas, Duke of Newcastle, 86. 
Pellatt, Pellelt, Agnes, 12, 13; Alice, 13; 

Dame Alice, 13 : Anne, 13, 14 ; 

Apsley, 17 ; Sir Benjamin, 13 ; Bridget, 

15; Catherine, 13, 15; Dorothy, 14; 

Dame Dorothy, 13 ; Edward, 14 ; 

Eleanor, 13 ; Elizabeth, 13, 15, 16, 

18; Grace, 16; Hannah, 15; Hester, 

15; James, 14; Jane, 13, 14; Joan, 

12-15; John, 12-14, 16, iS; Joseph, 16; 

Lettice, 14; Margaret, 12, 14; Maiy, 

12-18; Mill, 16, 18; Philadelphia, 17; 

Richard, 12, 19; Robert, 12; Rose, 15; 

Sarah, 16, 17 ; Susanna, 15 ; Thomas, 

12-16, 18; William, 12, 13, 15, 16, 

18, 19- 
Pepys, Samuel, 68. 
Petcival, Anne, 36; Elizabeth, 157; 

George, 36; James, 157; Mary, 157. 
Percy, Lady Charlotte, 147; George, Duke 

of Northumberland, 147. 
Persehouse, Elizabeth, 92 ; Jonah, 92. 
Peshall, Dame Frances, 98 ; Sir John, 

Bt., 98. 
Peters, Anne, 136; Ralph, 136. 
Petgrave, Ezekiel Charles, 80. 



Petty, Anthony, 58 ; Dorothy, 58 ; John, 

121 ! Mary, 121. 
Peyto, Anne, 56, 62; Sir John, 56, 62. 
Phelipps, Anne, 65 ; Bridget, 65 ; Edward, 

65 ; Sir Edward, 65. 
Pictet, Francois, 79; Fransoise, 79. 
Pinchbeck, John, 22. 
Pishe, Peter, 22. 
Pitt, Elizabeth, 129; George Morton, 36; 

Robert, 129; Sophia, 36. 
de Plauze, Eliz.abeth, 144; Peter, 144. 
Pocock, George, 38 ; Admiral Sir George, 

38 ; Joyce, 38 ; Dame Sophia Pitt, 38 ; 

Rev. Thomas, 38. 
Pollard, Anna Maria, 60 ; Dillon, 60 ; 

George, 157; Sir Lewis, Bt., 157; Dame 

Margaret, 157. 
I'ollexfen, Elizabeth, 33 ; Gertrude, 33 ; 

Henry, 33 ; Sir Henry, 33 ; Mary, 

33- 

Polsted, Henry, 114; Mary, 114. 

Popham, Anne, 165 ; Edward, 165 ; 
Francis, 169; Letitia, 169. 

Portland, Jane Martha, Countess of, 160; 
William, Earl of, 160, 163. 

I'ortman, Alice, 165; Anne, 167, 170; 
Dame Anne, 165, 166 ; Anne Mary, 
170; Anne Portman, 169; Charlotte 
Fanny, 170; Edward Berkeley, 171 ; 
Elizabeth, 166, 168 ; Dame Elizabeth, 
165, 166; Grace, 168; Henrietta, 
171 ; Henry, 167 ; Sir Henry, 165 ; 
Henry Berkeley, 170; Henry William, 
170; Henry William Berkeley, 170; 
Sir Hugh, 165, 166 ; Jane, 16S ; 
Joan, 168 ; Dame Joan, 165 ; John, 
165; Sir John, Bt., 165; Letitia, 171; 
Lucy, 171 ; Lucy Elizabeth, 170; 
Margery, 167; Mary, 165, 171; Dame 
Mary, 166; Meliora, 167; Penelope, 
167; Rachel, 166; William, 166; 
Sir William, 165, 166; William Berkeley, 
169; Wyndham, 171 ; sec Berkeley and 
Seymour. 

Poulett, Charlotte Fanny, Countess, 170 ; 
John, Earl, 170. 

Powell, Daraazin, 62 ; Edmund, 62 ; 
Lsabel, 62. 

Powis, EUzabeth, Marchioness of, 142 ; 
William, Marquess of, 142. 

Poyntz, Dame Anne, 157; Sir Nicholas, 

157- 

Prescott, Agnes, 141 ; Alice, 141 ; James, 
141. 

Preston, Edward, 7 ; Elizabeth, 7 ; Dame 
Elizabeth, 144 ; Frances, Viscountess 
Gormanston, 146 ; Jernico, Viscount 
Gormanston, 146 ; Margaret, Viscountess 
Gormanston, 146; Mary, 137; Dame 
Mary, 144; Sir Thomas, Bt., 144; 
William, 137. 

Prise, Christian, 69. 

Pugh, Rev. John, },(>•, Sophia, 36. 

Pye, Elizabeth, 85 ; Henry, 85. 

Pym, Ann, 34; Dorothy, 34; John, 34. 



187 



Rabone, Mary, 119. 

Radcliffe, Sir Alexander, 138 ; Alice, 138 ; 

Bridget, 138 ; Eleanor, 138 ; Sir 

Francis, 5 : Jane, 141 ; Mary, 5 ; 

Richard, 138; William, 141. 
Radnor, John, Earl of, 97. 
Ralstoun, Gavin, 151; Jean, 151. 
Randall, Ann, 22; Richard, 22. 
Raper, William Augustus, 49. 
Ratcliffe, Anne, 139, 140; Richard, 140; 

Thomas, 139. 
Ray, Rev. Charles, 113; Jemima, 113; 

John, 2. 
Rajfe, John, 23. 
Rayney, Isabel, 129; John, 129. 
Read, Bridget, i ; Dame Margaret, i ; 

Sir Robert, i. 
Rebotier, Catharine Susanna, 54 ; Charles, 

54; Magdalene, 54. 
Rebow, Abigail, 70 ; Charles Chamberlain, 

70; Dame Elizabeth, 70; Frances Mary, 

72; Sir Isaac, 70; Isaac Lemyng, 71 ; 

John, 70, 73; Lemj-iig, 70; Mary, 70, 71 ; 

Dame Mary, 70 ; Mary Emma, 72 ; 

Mary Hester, 72 ; Mary Martin, 72, 75 ; 

Sarah, 70, 71 ; Sarah Emma, 72 ; 

Susan, 71 ; see Gurdon-Rebow, Martin 

ani/ Slater-Rebow. 
Rebow-Martin, Isaac Martin, 71 ; Mary, 71. 
Redman, Mary, 51; Thomas, 51. 
Relfe, Richard, 45. 
Reynolds, EUzabeth, 98 ; Francis, 98 ; 

Mary, 98. 
Riccard, Sir Andrew, 159; Christian, 159; 

Dame Katharine, 159. 
Rich, Christian, Lady Kensington, 159 ; 

Henry, Lord Kensington, 159 ; Robert, 

Earl Holland, 159. 
Richardson, Sarah, 112. 
Richmond, Bridget, 134; Rev. Henry, 134. 
Rider, Sarah, 69. 
Ridgeway, Lady Cassandra, 2 ; Cicely, 

Countess of Londonderry, 2 ; Thomas, 

Earl of Londonderry, 2. 
Rigby, Alexander, 94 - 96 ; Anne, 94, 95; 

Elizabeth, 96 ; Lucy, 95, 96 ; Margaret, 

96. 
Rilliet, Horace Benedict, 79; Jeanne, 79. 
Robartes, Lady Isabella, 97 ; John, Earl of 

Radnor, 97 ; Robert, Viscount Bodmin, 

97 ; Sarah, Viscountess Bodmin, 97. 
Robbins, John, 90 ; Louisa Margaret, 90. 
Roberts, Jane, 124; John, 124. 
Robinson, Margaret, 131. 
Rodbard, Anne, 135; Samuel, 135. 
Rogers, Sir George, 121 ; Dame Jane, 

121 ; Mary, 121. 
RoUc, Elizabeth, 167; George, 167. 
Rooke, Elizabeth, 8; Robert, 8. 
Rose. Elizabeth, 40, 48 ; Frances, 47, 48 ; 

Fulke, 40, 48. 
du Rosey, Charlotte Catherine, 79; Baron, 

79- 
Rothwell, Elizabeth, 3 ; Dame Elizabeth, 3 ; 
Sir Richard, Bt., 3. 



Roulston, Margaret, 15. 

Rous, Rouse, Hester, 83 ; Phoebe, 124 ; 
Robert, 124; Sir Thomas, Bt., 83. 

Routeledge, Anne, 87. 

Rowe, Hannah, 20; John, 20. 

Roynon, Frances, 157 ; Peter, 157. 

Rugge, Jane, 138; Margaret, 138; Richard, 
138. 

Rushout, Harriet, 69 ; John, Lord North- 
wick, 69 ; Rebecca, Lady Northwick, 
69. 

Russell, Russel, Anne, 56, 66 ; Lady 
Diana, 65 ; Sir Francis, 66 ; Dame 
Hester, 83 ; John, 56 ; Dame Margaret, 
155; Mary, 83, 97; Sir Thomas, 155; 
William, Duke of Bedford, 65 ; Sir 
William, 83. 

Ryall, James, 54 ; Rebecca, 54. 

Ry\'es, Anne, 169 ; Dame Anne, 56 ; 
Dame Dorothy, 56 ; Ehzabeth, 169 ; 
John, 169; Sir John, 56; Mary, 169; 
Thomas, 56, 169. 



Sackville, Charles, Earl of Dorset, 159; 

Mar)', Countess of Dorset, 159. 
St. George, Sir Henry, 73. 
Sales, Barthelemi, 80 ; Elizabeth, 80. 
Salisbury, Rt. Rev. John Fisher, Bishop 

of, 87. 
Saltier, Letitia, 115; Rev. Nath.aniel, 115. 
Saltonstall, Muriel, 115; Richard, 115; 

Sir Richard, 115. 
Salusbury, Hester, 83 ; Dame Hester, 83 ; 

Hester Maria, 86; John, 86; Sir John, 

Bt., 83; Sir Thomas, Bt., 83. 
Sampson, Samuel, 46. 
Sandes, Sir Anthony, 155; Elizabeth, 155; 

Dame Joan, 155. 
Santry, Elizabeth, Lady, 59 ; Richard, 

Lord, 59. 
Saunders, Margaret, 155; Thomas, 155. 
Savery, John, 35 ; Prudence, 35. 
Savile, Lady Frances, 143 ; James, Earl of 

Sussex, 143. 
Saver, Elizabeth, no; John, no. 
Scarbrough, Henrietta, Countess of, 6 ; 

Richard, Earl of, 6, 78. 
Scarisbrick, John, 143 ; Elizabeth, 9 ; 

Mary, 143 ; William, 9. 
Scarsdale, Francis, Earl of, 146. 
Scott-Gatty, Sir Alfred Scott, 120. 
Scullard, Ehzabeth, in. 
Sedley, Abigail, 107 ; Martin, 107, 1 14 ; 

Muriel, 107, n4. 
Sefton, Charles William, Earl of, 145, 

147; Isabella, Countess of, 145; Maria 

Margaretta, Countess of, 146 ; Mary 

Augusta, Countess of, 147 ; William 

Philip, Earl of, 146. 
Selby, Sir George, Bt., 144; Dame Mary, 

144. 
Selfe, Isaac, 149; Mary, 149. 
Sellon, Fran^oise, 79; Jean, 79. 
Sergison, Thomas, 49. 



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Sexton, Agnes, io6 ; Robert, io6 ; Rose, 
io6; Thomas, io6. 

Seymour, Dame Anne, 167 ; Anne Port- 
man, 169; Sir F.dward, Bt., 167, 169; 
Frances, Duchess of Somerset, 141 ; 
Lady Frances, 141 ; Dame Letitia, 169 ; 
Wilham, Duke of Somerset, 141 ; see 
Portman. 

Shedden, Agatha Beatrix Goodrich, 153; 
Agatha Wells, I51 ; Anne, 152; 
Bartlelt Bridger, 153 ; Beatrix, 151, 
152; Elizabeth, 151 ; F.mily Munro, 
152 ; George, 151 ; Helen, 152 ; James, 
151; Jean, 151, 152; John, 151, 152; 
Margaret, 151, 152; Mary, 151; Mary 
Bridger, 153 ; Mary Elizabeth, 153 ; 
Mary Shedden, 153; Millicent, 152; 
Robert, 151-153; Sophia Elizabeth, 152; 
Wilhelmina, 153; William, 151, 153; 
William George, I5I. 

Shee, Mary, 28; Matthew, 28. 

Shelley, Hannah, 15; Henry, 15, 90; 
Philadelphia, 90 ; Richard, 15; Robert, 

'5- 
Shelton, Anne, 56; William, 56. 
Sherborne, James Henry Legge, Lord, 60; 

John, Lord, 60; Mary, Lady, 60. 
Sherburne, Elizabeth, 146 ; Richard, 

146. 
Shirley, Sir Anthony, Bt., 47. 
Shott, Frances, 20. 
Shuttleworth, Fleetwood, 140 ; Richard, 

140. 
Shyttleworth, Edmund, 23. 
Sibsee, William, 22. 
Sidney, Thomas, 158; Thomasine, 158. 
Silliard, — , 81. 

Silvertop, Bridget, 9 ; George, 9 ; Winifred, 9. 
Simeon, Sir George, 147 ; Dame Margaret, 

147 ; Dame Mary, 147. 
Simon, Anne, 77 ; Joseph, 77. 
Simpson, Elizabeth, 130; William, 130. 
Sivyer, Stephen, 48, 49. 
Skeffington, Elizabeth, 114 ; Thomas, 

114. 
Skelton, Mary, 143. 
Skerrett, Mary, 24. 
Slater, Richard, 72. 
Slater-Rebow, General Francis, 72, 74, 75; 

Mary Hester, 72, 74 ; Mary Martin, 72, 

75 ; see Rebow. 
Sleigh, Mary, 85; Sir Samuel, 85, 
Sloane, Barret, 43 ; Elizabeth, 43, 47, 48 ; 

Hans, 44, 47, 48; Sir Hans, Bt., 48; 

Hester, 43; Sarah, 44; William, 43, 

48. 
Smith, Altham, loS; Barbara, 170; Joseph 

John, 22 ; Lucy, 108 ; Mary, 81 ; Mary 

Anne, 30; Michael, 170; Sir Thomas, 

81; William, 30; j«e Carington. 
Smyth, Smythe, Rev. Edmund, 11 : Jane, 

52; Maria, ll; Mary, 145; Samuel, 

52; Susanna, 11; Rev. William, 11. 
Sneyd, Louisa Bagot, 2S; Walter, 28. 
Snow, Alice, 122, 127. 



Somerset, Lord Arthur, 8j ; Edward, 
Marquess of Worcester, 142 ; Lady 
Elizabeth, 142 ; Francts, Duchess of, 
141; Lady Mary, 83; Wilham, Duke 
of, 141. 
Southampton, Frances, Countess of, 141 ; 

Thom.as, Earl of, 141. 
Southcote, Alice, 166 ; Elizabeth, 166 ; 

Thomas, 1 66. 
Southcott, Catharine, 8 ; Dame Margaret, 
161; Mary, 32; Sir Popham, 161; 
Thomas, 32. 
Southeby, Anthonina, 4 ; Elizabeth, 4 ; 

Thomas, 4. 
Southwell, Meliora, 86; Rev. the Hont*'" 
Richard, 86. 

Southworth, Catherine, 142 ; Sir Thomas, 
142. 

Speake, Anne, 122; Sir George, 122. 

Speccott, Elizabeth, 122; Mary, 122, 127; 
Peter, 122, 127. 

Speke, George, 168, 169 ; Joan, 16S, 169 ; 
Philippa, l68, 169. 

Spencer, Margaret, 143 ; Thomas, 143. 

Standish, Alexander, 139 ; Anne, 139; 
Bridget, 145 ; Elizabeth, 133 ; Frances, 
145; Mary, 99, I03 ; Ralph, 145; 
Richard, 103 ; Sir K.ichard, Bt., 99 ; 
Thomas, 133. 

Stanhope, Lady Anna Maria, 86 ; Caroline, 
Countess of Harrington, 145 ; Lady 
Isabella, 145; William, Earl of Harring- 
ton, 86, 145. 

Stanley, Hon"" Alice, 117; Lady Anne, 
165; Dame Charlotte, 144; Dorothy, 
Countess of Derby, 82 ; Edward, Earl of 
Derby, 82, 117 ; Elizabeth, 138 ; Eliza- 
beth,'Countess of Derby, 165; Fleetwood, 
140; Jane, 141; Rev. the Hon"" John, 
117; Margaret, Counte.ss of Derby, 82; 
Mary, Countess of Derby, 82 ; Hon'''"= 
Sarah, 117; Thomas, 140, 141 ; Thomas, 
Lord, 138; William, Earl of Derby, 165; 
Sir William, Bt., 144. 

Stansffielde, John, 46. 

Stapleton, Frances, 85 ; Colonel James 
Russell, 85 ; Penelope, 85. 

Stapleton-Cotton, Caroline, Viscountess 
Combermere, 86 ; Mary Woolley, 
Viscountess, 86 ; Field-Marshal Sir 
Stapleton, Viscount Combermere, 86, 
see Cotton. 

Starke, William, 23. 

Stawel, Stawell, Henry, Lord, 60; Sir 
John, 165 ; Mary, Lady, 60 ; Dame 
Mary, 165. 

Stawel-Bilson-Legge, Henry, Lord Stawel, 
60 ; Mary, Lady Stawel, 60 ; Mary, 60. 

Stephens, Frances, 160; Samuel, 160. 

Stephenson, Elizabeth, 112; Rev. Joseph 
Adam, 112 ; Rev. Joseph Henry, 113. 

Steward, Harriot, 136; Jane, 114, 136; 
William, 114. 

Stocks, Jane, 129; John, 129. 

Streatfield, Philadelphia, 41 ; Thomas, 41. 



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Strelley, Anne, 121: Bridget, 6; John, 

121 ; Nicholas, 6. 
Stretton, Mary, 20. 
Strickland, Mannock, 10 ; Mary, 10. 
Strode, Joan, 32 ; Dame Mary, 32 ; Sir 

William, 32. 
Stuart, Eliza, 148. 
Sturt, Sir Anthony, 66 ; Diana, 66 ; 

Humphrey, 66. 
Suffolk, Elizabeth Jane, Countess of, 59 ; 

Theophilus, Earl of, 163 ; Thomas, Earl 

of, 59. 
Suffolk and Berkshire, Charles John, Earl 

of, 60. 
Sulk, Mary, 20. 
Sulyard, Anne, 8 ; Sir Edward, 8 ; 

Francesj S ; Sir John, 8. 
Sussex, James, Earl of, 143. 
Sutton, Elizabeth, 96; Ellen, 96, 141; 

Francis, 96, 141 ; Nicholas, 141 ; 

Richard, 96. 
Swale, Hon'"'"-' Anne, 14; Christopher, 14. 
Swift, Jennet, 129; Roger, 129. 
Sycke, Thomas, 23. 
Sydenham, Catherine, 171: Elizabeth, 32; 

Sir George, 32: St. Barbe, 171. 
Symons, Sir Richard Peers, Bt. , 69. 
Syoii) Elizabeth, Abbess of, 18. 



Talbot, Jane, 28, 29 ; Matthew, 28, 29. 
Tandy, Elizabeth, 59; Thomas, 59. 
Tancred, Anne, 9 ; Thomas, 9. 
Tannat, Anne, 82 ; Thomas, 82. 
Tartereau, Mary, 140; Raphael, 140. 
Taunton, Elizabeth, 16. 
Tayleur, John, 93; Penelope, 93. 
Taylor, Dame Anne, 87; Brabazon, 126; 

Richard, 126; Sir Thomas, Bt., 87. 
Tayspil, Francis, 70; Sarah, 70. 
Tempest, Frances, 10; Frances Olive, 10; 

Stephen Walter, 10. 
Temple, Frances, 161 ; Henry, Viscount 

Palmer.ston, 160, l6l ; Dame Jane, 160, 

161 ; Jane Martha, 160 ; Sir John, 

160, 161. 
Tench, Rev. John, 90; Mary, 90. 
Thompson, Anne, 131 ; Beilby, 5; Jane, 5; 

Robert, 131 ; Sir Stephen, 131. 
Thorner, Anthony, 127; Emma, 127. 
Thomhagh, Elizabeth, 1 14 ; Colonel 

Francis, 114. 
Thornicroft, Catherine, 7 ; Edward, 97 ; 

Mary, 97. 
Thorpe, Alice, 107 ; Hannah, 70 ; Jane, 

36 ; Jervoise, 70 ; Robert, 107 ; Rev. 

Thomas, 36. 
Thurston, Joseph, 71; Mary, 71. 
Tichborne, Arabella, Lady Ferrard, 88 ; 

Sir Henry, Lord Ferrard, 88 ; Sir 

William, 88. 
Till, Jenny, 30. 
Tollem.ache, Lady Elizabeth, 84; Grace, 

Countess of Dysart, 84 ; Lyonel, Earl of 

Dysart, 84. 



Tomkinson, James, 87 ; Katherine, 87 ; 

Katharine Maria, 87. 
Torbock, Dorothy, 83 ; Edward, 83. 
Torrington, John, Viscount, I47. 
Tottishurst, Elizabeth, 2 ; Margery, i ; 

Richard, I ; Thomas, 2. 
Towneley, Townley, Anne, 99 ; Lady 

Caroline Harriett, 148 ; Charles, 148 ; 

Thomas, 99. 
Trafford, Sir Edmund, 94; Dame Elizabeth, 

94 ; Margaret, 94. 
Travell, Ferdinando Tracy, 60 ; Jane, 60. 
Trefusis, Elizabeth, 35 ; Joan, 32 ; John, 

32. 35- 
Tregonwell, Catherine, 171 ; Henrietta, 

171 ; Lewis Dimoke Grosvenor, 171. 
Trevanion, Anne, 164 ; Barbara, 164 ; 

Dame Elizabeth, 35 ; Grace, 35 ; John, 

164 ; Sir Nicholas, 35. 
Trevelyan, Sarah, 37 ; Thomas, 37. 
Trinder, Charles, 8 ; Eugenia, 8. 
Tronchin, Elizabetli Charlotte, 79 ; Jean 

Robert, 79. 
Troyte, Arundell, 169; William, 169. 
Trusnott, Frances, 26. 
Try'er, Eleanor, 117. 
Tuchet, Anne, 138 ; James, Lord Audley, 

138. 

Tufton, Mary, 140; Sir John, Bt., 140. 

Turner, Elizabeth, 99 ; Robert, 49 ; 
William, 99. 

Turquand, Anne, 77 ; Catherine, "jt ; 
Catherine Marie, 76 ; Charlotte, 77 ; 
Claude, 77, 78 ; Elizabeth, 77 ; Harriet, 
77; James Louis, 77; Jane, 78; Jean, 
76, 77 ; Jesse, 77 ; Leonard, 77 ; Louis, 
77 ; Louise, 77 ; Madelaine, 76, 77 ; 
Magdalen, 77 ; Marie Annie, 77 ; Marie 
Jeanne, 76 ; Mary, 76, 77 ; Mary 
Catherine, 76; Paul, 76, 78: Paul Rene, 
76; Peter, 77, 78; Rene, 76, 78; Samuel, 
76; Sophia, 77. 

Turton, John, 171; Mabella, 171. 

Tyrrel, Sir Edward, Bt., 83; Hester, S3. 



Vansommer, Ann, 77 ; Elizabeth, 77 ; 

John, 77; Mary, 77. 
Vaux, Hon'''' George, 147; Mary, 147. 
Vele, Hannah, 125. 
Vere, Edward, Earl of Oxford, 165 ; Lady 

Elizabeth, 165. 
Vevers, Hester, 49. 
Vilett, Mary, 149; Thomas, 149; Rev. 

Thomas Goddard, 149. 
Villiers, Barbara, 163 ; Sir Edward, 163 ; 

Lady Frances, 163, 
Vivian, John, 10; Katherine, 10. 



Wakeman, John, 62 ; Joyce, 62 ; Ursula, 

62. 
Waldegrave, Elizabeth, 107 ; Frances, 8 ; 

Margaret, 8 ; Mary, 107 ; Philip, 8 ; 

Thomas, 107. 



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Waller, Anne, 31 ; Elizabeth, 31; George, 

30 ; Jcphtlia, 30 ; LycUa, 30 ; Mary, 30, 

31 ; Mary Anne, 30; Sally, 31 ; Sarah, 
30; Thomas, 31 ; William, 30, 31. 

Walmisley, I'^lizaheth, 146 ; Dame Julia, 

147; Thomas, 146; Sir Thomas, 147. 
Walrond, Elirabeth, 59 ; Klorence, 2 ; 

Humphrey, 2, 59 : Mary, 2. 
Walton, Elizabeth, 100; Roger, lOO. 
Warburton, Sarah, 117; Thomas, 117. 
Wareham, Catherine, 56; John, 5G. 
Warner, Anne, 93 ; Rev. Richard, 93. 
Warren, Alice, 117; Edward, 117; Sir 

Edward, 142; Erancis, 142; John, 142; 

Margaret, 142. 
Wasse, Sarah, 40. 
Waterton, — , 130. 

Watkinson, Elizabeth, 130; Godfrey, 130. 
Watson, Edmund, 130; Jane, 130. 
Watts, Joan, 165. 
Weales, Catherine, 55. 
Webb, Daniel James, 65 ; Elizabeth, 65 ; 

James, 65; Mary, 17; William, 17. 
Webbe, Anne, 9 ; Mary Teresa, 9 ; 

Thomas, 9. 
Webbe- Weston, Elizabeth, 10; John 10; 

sei Monington. 
Webster, Whistler, 49. 
Weddell, Mary Dorothy, 130; Metcalfe, 

130. 
Weekes, Mary, 121. 
Weldon, William Henry, 120. 
Wendy, I5ame Lettice, 3; Sir Thomas, 3. 
Wenlock, Robert, Baron, 5. 
Wentworth, Sir Thomas, 26. 
Wessel, Catherine, 105. 
West, Anne, 14; Anne, Lady De la Warr, 

14 ; Frances, 162 ; Jane, 37 ; Colonel 

John, 162 ; Mary, "162 ; Temple, 37 ; 

Thomas, Lord De la Warr, 14. 
Westby, Ann, 142 ; Catherine, 142 ; John, 

142; Margaret. 142. 
Wetettenhall, Katherine, 87; Thomas, 87. 
Wharton, John, 153; Margaret, 153. 
Wheatley, Eleanor, 132 ; George, 132; 

Hannah, 129; John, 129, 132. 
Wheeler, Anne, 97 ; Charles, 97. 
Whetham, Anna, 69; John, 6g. 
Wheyman, Lydia, 30. 
Whitby, Lucy, 171; Mabella, 171; Rev. 

Thomas, 171. 
White, Damazin, 62 ; Dorothy, 127 ; Emma, 

127; Eva, 39; Frances, 42 ; Peter, 42; 

Sarah, 59; Thomas, 59; William, 127. 
Whittingham, Bridget, 9; Henry, 9. 
Wickham, Mary Dorothy, 131 ; Tobias, 

131- 
Wicks, Anne, 162; James, 162. 
Widdowes, Captain, — , 135; Jane, 135. 
Widdrington, Lady Anne, 147 ; Edward, 

147; Lady Elizabeth, 147; William, 147. 
Wilbraham, Frances, 97 ; Grace, 84 ; 

Thomas, 97; Sir Thomas. Bt., 84. 
Wilkinson, Elizabeth, 23; Nicholas, 23. 
Williams, Sarah Marva, 149; Thomas, 149. 



Willis, Daniel, 117; Dorothy, 117; Eleanor, 
12S ; Ralph, 117; see Earle. 

WiUoughby, Dame Anne, i ; Anthony, i ; 
Antonina, 7 ; Bridget, 2, 6 ; Dame 
Bridget, I ; Cassandra, 4, 6 ; Dame 
Cassandra, 2 ; Charlotte, 7 ; Christo- 
pher, I ; Sir Christopher, i ; Digby, 
Lord Middleton, 6; Dorothy, I, 5; 
Dorothy, Lady Middleton, 5 ; Edward, 

1, 3; Sir Edward, i ; Eleanor, 7; 
Elizabeth, 2-5, 7 ; Elizabeth, L.ady 
Middleton, 3 ; Dame Elizabeth, i ; 
Emma, 2, 5, 7 ; Francis, 2, 6 ; .Sir 
Francis, 1,2; Francis, Lord Middleton, 
3 ; Friswohi, 2 ; George, 2 ; Georgiana, 
Lady Middleton, 3; Henrietta, 6; Henry, 

2, 4, 7; Henry, Lord Middleton, 5; 
Katharine, 1,3; Rev. James, 7 ; Jane, 6; 
Jane, Lady Middleton, 5 ; Letlice, 3 ; 
Margaret, 2 ; Margery, I ; Dame 
Margery, I ; Mary, 2 ; Mary, Lady 
Middleton, 3 ; Octavia, 6 ; Percival, 4 ; 
Sir I'ercival, i ; Robert, i, 2, 4; 
Rothwell, 4 ; Rothwell Southeby, 6 ; 
Hibbell, 2; Theodosia, 3; Thomas, I, 
2, 4 ; Thomas, Lord Middleton, 3 ; Sir 
Thomas, I ; Winifred, i. 

WiUoughby de Eresby, William, Lord, I. 

Wills, Edmund, 52. 

Winchester, John, Marquis of, 166. 

Winne, Grace, 53 ; John, 54 ; Rebecca, 
54 ; William, 53. 

Winstanley. Ann, 119; Clement, 3; 
Katharine, 3. 

Winter, Sir Charles, 63 ; Edmund, 121 ; 
Dame Frances, 63; Jane, 121. 

Wisem.an, Elizabeth, 70 ; Dame Elizabeth, 
70 ; Sir William, Bt., 70. 

Witchcomb, Elizabeth, 40 ; Peter, 40. 

Withens, Robert, 157; Susan, 157. 

Wodehouse, Frances Sophia, Lady, 162 ; 
Jane, 64; Sir John, Baron, 162; Sir 
Thomas, Bt., 64. 

Wodfall, Margaret, 139; William, 139. 

Wolferyes, Alice, 52; Henry, 52; Joan, 
52 ; Richard, 52. 

Wood, Anne, 129, 130, 132; Dame Anne, 
131 ; Caroline, 131, 132 ; Charles, 131 ; 
Dorothea, 132; Dorothy, 129, 130; 
Douglas,l30; Eleanor, 132; Elizabeth, 54, 
129-132; Dame Elizabeth, 131; Esther, 
130; Frances, 132; Francis, 131; Sir 
Francis, Bt., 131 ; Sir Francis Lindley, 
Bt., 131; George, 129, 130; Grisell, 
130; Hannah, 129; Henry, 130, 132, 
Rev. Henry, 130, 131; Isaac, 130; 
Isabel, 129'; James, 30; Jane, 129; 
130, 132 ; Jennet, 129 ; John, 54, 
129, 132; Laura, 131; Lindley, 132; 
Margaret Tyers, 54 ; Maria Dorothea, 
132; Mary, 16, 130; Mary Dorothy, 
131 ; Peter, 130; Rebecca, 131 ; Robert, 
129, 130; Sarah, 41, 130, 132 ; Simpson, 
131; Stephen, 1 30; Thomas, 16, 41; 
William, 129, 130. 



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Woodcock, Kdward, 43; Hannah, 43. 
Woodhead, Dorothy, 1 30. 
Woodrooffe, Anne, 113; EHzabeth, no, 
113; John, no; Rev. William, no, 

"3- 

Woods, Sir William, 75. 

Woolfall, Frances, 102 ; Mary, 102 ; 

Thomas, 102. 
Worcester, Edward, Marquess of, 142. 
Worger, Cecily, 40. 
Worsley, Eleanor, 1 58 ; Jane, 65 ; Dame 

Mary, 65 ; Sir Richard, 158 ; Sir 

Robert, Bt., 65. 
Wright, Anna Maria, 9 ; Anne, 8, 10 ; 

Charles, 9 ; Constantia, 8 ; Edward, 9, 10 ; 

Elizabeth, 8-10; Eugenia, 8; Frances, 

8, 10 ; Henrj-, 9, 10 ; Joan, 8 ; John, 

8, 9 ; Katherine, 10 ; Lawrence, 8 ; 

Margaret, 10 ; Mary, 8, 10 ; Mary Ann, 

10 ; Mary Teresa, 9 ; Penelope, 99 ; 

PhiUp, 8; Philippa, 8; Richard, 8; 



Stephen, 9; Teresa Mary, 10; Thomas, 
10 ; William, 9, 99 ; Winifred, 9, 
10. 

Wriothesley, Frances, Countess of South- 
ampton, 141 ; Thomas, Earl of, 141. 

Wroth, Dorothy, 13; Sir Robert, 13. 

Wyncol, Anne, 108; Roger, loS. 

WjTidham, Anne, 170 ; Barbara, 170; 
Blanche, 64; Elizabeth, 166; Sir Hugh, 
37, 64 ; Humphrey, 166 ; Dame Jane, 
64 ; Dame Joan, 37, 16S ; Sir John, 
168; William, 170. 

WjTistanley, Edmund, 100; Elizabeth, 100. 

Wytham, Mary, 94 ; William, 94. 



Yarner, Sir Abraham, 160, l6l ; Jane, 160, 

161. 
Yate, Anne, 102; Rev. Samuel, 102. 
Young, Elizabeth, 96 ; Charles George, 

75 ; John, 96. 



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